CLEVELAND — United Pastors in Mission offered their thoughts and prayers to those affected by the deadly shooting at a Texas elementary school on Tuesday.
"This is a day of reflection," says Rev. Dr. Larry Macon.
During a press conference Wednesday at Scranton Elementary School in Cleveland, United Pastors in Mission closed with a prayer for those affected by the tragedy.
"We ask in this moment in time peace, comfort lord, for all those that suffered through these tragedies," Luis Vizcarrondo said.
Bishop Omar Medina of the Hispanic Church Community says this is a time to reflect on how precious life is and how short it can be.
Partner churches within United Pastors in Mission plan to have grief counselors available for those that need help coping with the devastation.
It's unclear when or what time the counselors will be available. Rev. Dr. Larry Macon told 3News they're continuing to work on the details.
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