A week before he is expected to win his bid for mayor, Council Chairman Vincent C. Gray, the Democratic nominee for mayor in the Nov. 2 election, is hosting a lunch for ministers and other members of the faith-based community in his effort to create what he calls “One City.”

Gray, 67 and Catholic, invited to clergy to join him Tuesday at Metropolitan Memorial United Methodist Church for the lunch. Gray, who won a highly polarized primary against incumbent Adrian M. Fenty, has spent the past month holding Town Halls around the city. “I firmly believe the Faith Based Community of our Nation’s Capital has a valuable role to play in healing our city and bridging existing divisions,” Gray said in the invitation.

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