Norwalk City Hall holds interfaith vigil for victims of Orlando shooting

We are bigger than hate!



That was the message that brought more than 100 people to Norwalk City Hall for an interfaith prayer vigil.



The names of the 49 victims of the Orlando massacre were read during a candlelight service last night.



Triangle Community Center sponsored the vigil bringing together congregations of Christian, Muslim, Unitarian and Jewish faiths.


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