Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto are attending multi-faith prayers for the victims of the Westgate mall attack.
Hundreds of Kenyans from the Christian, Hindu and Muslim communities are at the service in the capital, Nairobi.
Officials say 67 people died after militants from Somalia's al-Shabab stormed the mall on 21 September.
On Monday, Kenyan MPs called for camps for Somali refugees in the country to close in the wake of the siege.
'United in prayer'
The prayers are being hosted by Kenya's Inter-Religious Council with clerics from different faiths, who are sitting together on a stage facing the congregation, calling for national unity, reconciliation and healing.
During the service, Bishop Gerry Kibarabara asked the congregation to stand, shake hands and say "peace".
Children from different religious and ethnic groups have read messages of peace to the congregation.
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