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For the fourth year, families and friends gather to remember loved ones lost to gun violence

For four years now Wilmington Faiths Against Gun Violence has held the vigil to shed light on the issue of gun violence nationally while giving families a moment to remember and pray for their lost loved ones.

Prayer vigil held in memory of gun violence victims

A candlelight vigil was held Monday evening in Wilmington to pray for an end to gun violence and to remember the many local victims of that violence.

Community supports Spears’ family with vigil

Community members gathered for a vigil in Wilmington tonight to support the family of Ebonee Spears.

Community members remember victims of gun violence

Folks in the community came out tonight to remember victims of gun violence at Bailey Theatre Park in downtown Wilmington.

Pro-life advocates form Life Chain

videoFor the 23rd year in a row, pro-life advocates in more than 1,500 cities joined in prayer for the national Life Chain.

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