Lexington Church Reacts To Tennessee Church Shooting

By: Wendy Enneking Email
By: Wendy Enneking Email

Esther Hurlman is a ministerial candidate in the Unitarian Universalist Church in central Kentucky. She says she and other church members are in "shock and grief" for their neighbors in Tennessee.

"We embrace a theology of what affects one of us, affects all of us," says Hurlburt.

The Lexington Unitarian Universalist Church is still waiting to hear if there is any way they can assist the Knoxville Church.

For now, says Hurlburt, members here are offering their love, care, prayer and concerns.

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  • by Sandor Mathe Location: Transylvania on Jul 29, 2008 at 03:41 AM
    We all here in Transylvania / Romania are shocked by what has happened to our felow Unitarians in Kentuky, and we do pray for all those involved in this tragic event. Parying involves God. You do not have to necessarily mention His name. Human compassion is prayer too. So let's just think of and pray for those in trubble.
  • by Diane Location: Mt.Sterling on Jul 28, 2008 at 08:03 AM
    It concerns me when something so horrible could happen in a church and no one in the whole scenario even mentions God. He comforts, He answers prayers, and He guides justice. To try to cope without him would be an even bigger tragedy.


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