Churches in Colorado React to Boulder Grocery Store Shooting That Left 10 People Dead

The shooting occurred at about 3pm (21:00 GMT) at a supermarket in the Table Mesa area of Boulder [Kevin Mohatt/Reuters]
Boulder churches offered resources and encouragement, while gun control activists called for action after a mass shooting at a Colorado grocery store on Monday left 10 people dead.

Geoff Patterson, the senior pastor at Boulder Seventh-Day Adventist Church, posted the church’s prayer line on Facebook after the shooting and said the prayer team was “standing by” and pastors were available to speak.

“Lord, there is sickness in this world, and this time it has struck in our town,” the pastor wrote. “Grant us strength in this difficult hour.”

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Emily Wood