Church resumes Bible study in space where 9 were shot to death in Charleston
June 25, 2015
CHARLESTON, South Carolina – The site of a massacre a week ago, the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church is being reclaimed by parishioners who are pledging to remember the loved ones they lost in a shooting rampage while carrying on the work of the beloved pastor who was killed beside them.
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