Century Council Holds Moment Of Silence, Prayer For School Shooting Victims

February 20, 2018

The Century Town Council held a moment of silence Monday to honor the 17 students killed last week during a mass school shooting in Parkland, FL.

Following the moment of silence, Council member Gary Riley remembered the Parkland victim’s during¬† the council’s traditional opening prayer.

“Oh God,¬† I know we had silent prayer, but we ask you in the name of Jesus to look over those victims of south Florida,” the council member said, “in Jesus name we pray, amen.”

As the moment of silence was held, simultaneous vigils were being held across Florida.

Pictured: Century Town Council members during a moment of silence Monday night for mass school shooting victims last week at a Parkland high school. NorthEscambia.com photo, click to enlarge.


2 Responses to “Century Council Holds Moment Of Silence, Prayer For School Shooting Victims”

  1. Nana of 16 on February 20th, 2018 8:27 am

    That was very heart-warming Century, now keep up the same attitude for your Municipality and do what is right for your citizens in the north end of the Great State of Florida. Pray for everything you do from the least to the most and God will hear your prayers.
    Century IS “The Dawning of A New Century (DAY)”

  2. Citizen on February 20th, 2018 1:48 am


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