Vigil held in Va. to honor the Orlando shooting victims
WASHINGTON (ABC7) —
Around 150 people representing many different religions attended a vigil Monday night for the shooting victims in Orlando.
It took place both inside and outside the sanctuary of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Sterling.
Inside members of different religions spoke and sang, while outside those who attended the vigil later walked the nearby area with candles.
Along with the Unitarian Universalist Congregation, the All Dulles Area Muslim Society and Loudoun Interfaith BRIDGES sponsored the event.
"We're going to show everyone by being here tonight that we are all connected," said Susan McGlohn, who attended the vigil. "And we're going to stand with each other."