Hours after learning about the March 10 fatal Black Hawk helicopter crash, which took the lives of 11 servicemen, Navarre First Assembly of God on U.S. 98 announced it would host a candlelight ceremony open to the public.
Nearly 70 people attended the service, which included worship and a message from Senior Pastor Jon Skipper.
“Living here, we support our military,” Skipper said. “We’re surrounded by them and we’re constantly reminded of the price of freedom with what goes on.”
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