Harrisburg’s faith community to hold prayer service for Charleston victims Sunday

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HARRISBURG, Pa.–People across the country are mourning the loss of nine people who were killed in a shooting rampage in a Charleston, South Carolina church on Wednesday night.

A service will be On Sunday in Harrisburg in the wake of the tragedy. Members of all faiths are expected to come together to pray for the city and the victims of the Emmanuel AME Church shooting.

Prayer Remembrance Service:
When: 1:30 p.m. Sunday, June 21
Where: State Museum, 400 N. Second Street, Harrisburg
What: The Mayor’s Interfaith Advisory Council will lead a prayer and remembrance service  on behalf of the victims of this week’s shooting at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston. The prayer service will take place as part of the Father’s Day Celebration.

 

 

 

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