Henry County pastor: It's time to unify your community

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HENRY CO., Va. (WDBJ7) A Henry County pastor says the attack in Dallas made him reach out to members of the Martinsville Police and Henry County Sheriff to let them know there are people out there for them.

Michael Harrison says it's important to understand, there is a crisis in our country right now.

He says we need unity between law enforcement and our citizens.

"When it seems like there is a riff, a divide happened even greater. That law enforcement is against some segment of the population and that is just not true. I don't believe that with all my heart," The Community Fellowship Pastor Michael Harrison said.

In an effort to bring churches, law enforcement, the city and county together, there will be a prayer vigil tomorrow at Mt. Olivet Apostolic Church in Martinsville.

It starts at 1 p.m.

Harrison is also planning a community discussion and prayer meeting.

It will take place at Uptown Church in Martinsville on July 21 at 7 p.m.