A small but intimate prayer vigil was held Saturday night in Red Bluff for everyone involved in Tuesday’s rancho Tehama shooting.
Pastors of all faiths came together at the vineyard church to bring peace, comfort, and strength to a community still hurting.
Community members gathered in Red Bluff Saturday night to honor all those affected by Tuesday’s Rancho Tehama shooting.
The prayer vigil began with a song then followed with a quick prayer by a local pastor.
One by one community leaders came up to pray for different aspects of the tragic shooting.
Some prayers were for the teachers and students.
Some for the victims and their families.
Others for the first responders who made sure to keep everyone safe.
The mood, however, wasn't somber but one of understanding and hope for a peaceful future.
This isn't the last event the church will be holding.
Pastors say it'll take time for the community of Rancho Tehama to heal and they'll be doing everything they can to help.
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