CHICAGO (CBS) — A message of peace and hope resonated from a South Side church during a special Father’s Day service on Sunday.

The Rev. Jesse Jackson attended a prayer service at St. James Community Church, 8000 S. Michigan Ave., on Sunday afternoon.

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Congregants offered prayers and sang inspirational songs.

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Due to social distancing guidelines, the service was streamed online. Only a few ministers and musicians attended, and they were wearing masks.

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The Rev. Jackson asked for Black fathers to join together in the fight against racism, inequality, health disparities, and poverty.