Mt. Sterling Church Praying for Sandy Hook Elementary

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Updated: 12/15/2012 11:15 pm
      More than a dozen parishioners of Eastland First Church Of God came together Saturday night to pray for the victims of Friday's shooting at an elementary school in Connecticut.

     Throughout the service the message was to have faith in God and how he works and to think about the families that lost their loved ones, when you're with your own.

     The church was hoping for a larger turnout but say they that wasn't going to stop them from coming together in worship over the tragic events out east.

     Church officials say they'll talk about the incident on Sunday in services and in youth groups.
 
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