SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, Texas—The little congregation at First Baptist Church had just finished singing at the start of Sunday services when bullets flew into the sanctuary. Farida Brown was sitting in the last row of pews, near the door, where a gunman dressed in black entered firing a semiautomatic rifle.
SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, Texas—Even as they share word of the dead and wounded following a mass shooting here Sunday, residents of this tiny Texas town still are anxiously awaiting an official list of the victims from authorities. The Texas Department of Public Safety said it hopes to release names of those killed in the coming days.
Pastor Stephen Curry was in the midst of the Sunday service at La Vernia United Methodist Church when a commotion broke out among the congregation. Parishioners’ phones were lighting up with horrific news: A gunman had shot up the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, just 7 miles away. Mr. Curry led his members in a short prayer for the neighboring congregation, even as his church’s youth pastor put their own house of worship in lockdown....
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First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs is now a memorial. White chairs mark where each of the 26 victims fell. Two off to the side, 10 in around a corner, a single chair for Karla Holcombe by itself near the altar ...
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