A vigil has been set by Nashville Pride to honor the victims of Orlando’s terror attack at a gay nightclub and celebrate spirituality and faith.
The organization planned to shift the focus of its annual Spirituality Night to a remembrance and celebration-of-life service for victims of Sunday’s attack.
The event was set to include participation from many spiritual leaders:
- Rev. Becca Stevens of Thistle Farms
- Stan Mitchell of Gracepointe Church
- Paul Galloway of the American Muslim Advisory Council
- Nashville in Harmony
- Rabbi Mackler of The Temple Nashville
- Pastor Greg Bullard of Covenant of the Cross
- Members of The Center for Spiritual Living
- The Music City Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence
- Nontumbi Tutu, daughter of Archbishop Desmond Tutu
- Rev. James SeBree from Jefferson Street Missionary Baptist Church.
Special music performances were set from Nashville in Harmony, Rev. Melissa Greene, The Gracepointe Church Choir and gospel singer Russ Taff will also take place.
Event parking would be made available on the campus on Vanderbilt University or in the Wesley Place Parking Garage.
For more information, visit the Nashville Pride's Spirituality Night's Facebook event page.