Every Church Bell in Charleston to Ring in Solidarity

Charleston’s historic houses of worship will ring their bells simultaneously starting at 10 a.m. on Sunday, June 21.


As a show of unity and compassion for beloved Mother Emanuel AME, every church bell in Charleston, South Carolina, rang at the same time on Sunday, June 21, 2015. Churches across the nation joined Charleston in solidarity and rang their bells. People stood on sidewalks and rang handbells. These are some videos of the bells ringing in several states. Thank you to all who participated. To see a complete list of churches, keep reading.


More than three centuries ago, Charleston, S.C., was founded on the principle of religious tolerance. As a result, we live, work, and raise our families in a historically strong and welcoming community. We now call upon our collective strength to renew Charleston’s unity and compassion in the wake of the nine shooting deaths at Mother Emanuel AME Church.

Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone involved in this tragedy. We are grateful for the quick and vigorous response from law enforcement. As we help lift one another other up in the wake of this heartbreaking event, our arms are open to all.

Charleston is often referred to as the “Holy City,” a place where church steeples—not skyscrapers—dot the skyline. This Sunday, our bells will ring loudly and proudly to proclaim our community’s unity.

Charleston’s historic houses of worship will ring their bells simultaneously starting at 10 a.m. on Sunday, June 21.

Residents and visitors are encouraged to participate in the #CharlestonUnited show of solidarity by standing respectfully outside participating churches and ringing personal hand bells if so desired.

We invite churches across the United States and around the world to #ChimeWithCharleston in solidarity! It matters not your denomination, only that you have faith in compassion and unity for all people. Ring your bells on Sunday, June 21! Don’t have a church steeple to rally around? It doesn’t matter! Get a hand bell. Download a chime bell app for your smart phone. Make a joyful noise!

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As of today, Charleston’s participating churches include:

Bethel United Methodist Church57 Pitt Street

Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, 120 Broad Street

The Cathedral of St. Luke and St. Paul, 126 Coming Street

Charleston Presbyterian Church, 232 Calhoun Street

First Baptist Church, 61 Church Street**

First (Scots) Presbyterian Church, 53 Meeting Street

The French Protestant (Huguenot) Church, 136 Church Street

Grace Episcopal Church, 98 Wentworth Street

Holy Trinity Windermere, 95 Folly Road Boulevard

Mt. Zion AME Church, 5 Glebe Street

The Old Bethel Methodist Church, 222 Calhoun Street

Trinity United Methodist Church, 273 Meeting Street**

St. John’s Lutheran Church, 5 Clifford Street

St. Matthews Lutheran Church, 405 King Street

St. Michael’s Church, 14 St. Michael’s Alley

St. Philips Church, 142 Church Street

The Greek Orthodox Church of the Holy Trinity, 30 Race Street

The Second Presbyterian Church, 342 Meeting Street

The Summerall Chapel, 171 Moultrie Court

**youth and adult hand bell choir in lieu of steeple bells

 

Other confirmed participating churches include:

Advent Lutheran Church in Augusta, GA

All Saints’ Chapel in Sewanee, TN

All Saints’ Church in Gosforth, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

Ashley Ridge Church in Summerville, SC

Ashley River Baptist Church in Charleston, SC

Blessed Sacrament in West of the Ashley, S.C.

Calvary Episcopal Church, Hillcrest in Wilmington, DE

Cathedral Church of St. Paul in Springfield, IL

Central Christian Church in Jonesborough, TN

Central United Methodist Church in Charlotte, NC

Christ Church Cranbrook in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

Christ Church Episcopal in Greenville, SC

The Church of the Holy Cross on Sullivan’s Island, S.C.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Charleston, SC

Church Bells of Chiari in Chiari, Italy

Church of the Holy Communion in Memphis, TN

Community Church of Mountain Lakes in Mountain Lakes, NJ

Corpus Christi in Baltimore, Maryland

Crescent Hill Baptist Church in Louisville, KY

Daniel Island Fellowship in Daniel Island, S.C.

Decatur First United Methodist Church in Decatur, GA

Doe Run Christian Church in Rocky Mount, VA

Easley First Baptist Church in Easley, SC

Emmanuel Baptist Fellowship in Columbia, SC

Epiphany Lutheran Church in Rock Hill, S.C.

Episcopal Church of Our Saviour in Jacksonville, FL

Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in Blue Grass, VA

Episcopal Church of the Nativity in Greenwood, MS

The Episcopal Church of the Redeemer in Morristown, NJ

Fayetteville First – United Methodist Church in Fayetteville, NC

Federated Church in Chagrin Falls, OH

First Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church in Rockhill, SC

First Baptist Church in Laurens, SC

First Baptist Church in Shreveport, LA

First Christian Church in Farmville, NC

First Christian Church in Noblesville, IN

First Church of Christ, Scientist in Charleston, SC

First United Methodist Church in Bennettsville , SC

First United Methodist Church in Bulls Gap, TN

First United Methodist Church in Greenwood, MS

First English Evangelical Lutheran Church in Pittsburgh, PA

First Presbyterian Church in Verona, NJ

First Presbyterian Church in Vernon, IA

First Presbyterian Church in Valdosta, GA

Faith Methodist Church in New Bern, NC

Faith Lutheran Church in Warner Robins, GA

Glad Spring Baptist Church in Glade Spring, VA

Grace Chapel in Rockville, SC

Grace Episcopal Church in Gainesville, GA

Good Shepherd Episcopal Church in Blue Grass, VA

Harrison United Methodist Church in Pineville, NC

Haymore Memorial Baptist Church in Mount Airy, NC

Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in West of the Ashley, S.C.

Hibben United Methodist Church in Mt. Pleasant, S.C.

Holland Avenue Baptist Church in Cayce, SC

Homer United Methodist Church in Homer, GA

Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church in Greenwood, MS

Intercession Episcopal in Stevens Point, WI

Kanapaha Presbyterian Church in Gainesville, FL

Kingdom Life Ministries in Orangeburg, S.C.

Kingdom Life Ministries in Columbia, S.C.

Main Street United Methodist Church in Greenwood, SC

Manning Chapel United Methodist Church in Latta, SC

McDowell Presbyterian Church in McDowell, VA

Monterey Presbyterian Church in Monterey, VA

Monticello Presbyterian Church in Monticello, GA

Mount Pleasant Presbyterian Church in Mount Pleasant, SC

Nazareth Presbyterian Church in Moore, SC

New Heart Gathering in West of the Ashley, SC

New Zion Baptist Church in Greenwood, MS

North Anderson Baptist in Anderson, SC

North Charleston United Methodist Church in North Charleston, S.C.

Oak Grove United Methodist Church in Decatur, GA

Old St. Andrew’s Parish in West of the Ashley, SC

Patton United Methodist Church in Franklin, NC

Philadelphia Baptist Church in Tunnel Springs, AL

Presbyterian Church of Chestertown in Chestertown MD

Providence Baptist Church on Daniel Island, SC (hand bell choir)

Rockville Presbyterian Church in Rockville, SC

Saint Mark’s Episcopal Church in Altadena, CA

Sayville United Methodist Church in Sayville, NY

Shepherd of the Lakes Lutheran Church in Grayslake, Illinois

Stella Maris on Sullivan’s Island, SC

South Congregational Church, UCC in Concord, NH

Springfield Baptist Church in Greenville, SC

St. Andrews Parish United Methodist Church in West Ashley, SC

St. James-Santee Episcopal Church in McClellanville, SC

St. James Episcopal Church in Birmingham, MI

St John’s Episcopal Church in Troy, NY

St. John’s Episcopal Church in Youngstown, NY

St. John’s Episcopal Church in Columbia, SC

St. John’s Parish Church on John’s Island, SC

St. Matthias Anglican Church in Katy, TX

St. Mary Help of Christians Parish in Aiken, SC

St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church in Greenville, SC

St. Mary of the Mills Roman Catholic Church in Laurel, MD

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Monroe, NC

St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Port Royal, VA

St. Thomas Episcopal in Abingdon, VA

St. Timothy Lutheran Church in Goose Creek, S.C.

Suffolk Christian Church in Suffolk, VA

Sunrise Presbyterian on Sullivan’s Island, S.C.

Trenholm Road United Methodist Church in Columbia, SC

Trinity on the Hill UMC in Augusta, GA

Trinity United Methodist Church in Athens, GA

The United Church of Christ of Annapolis, MD

United Disciples Christian Church in Richardson, TX

Varnville Christian Church in Varnville, SC

Westminster Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC

Wittenberg Lutheran Church in Batesburg-Leesville, SC

Yeamans Park Presbyterian Church in Hanahan, SC

Young Memorial Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church in Anderson, SC

Zion Lutheran Church in Penn Hills, PA

Zion UCC in Perry Hall, MD


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80 Responses to “Every Church Bell in Charleston to Ring in Solidarity”

  • Rick Tutt

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    God bless you all. I have visited Charleston and live your city. My warmest thoughts to all affected by this tragedy.

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  • chris clement

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    I lived in Charleston for several years in the 70’s. I left part of my heart there and this just is all wrong.
    I love this city and wish it love and peace.

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  • Lynette

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    My heart is heavy, but I am SO proud of all of this fine city’s congregations making the decision to come together on this. It makes me want to leave Tennessee and be there for it. God bless you all.

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  • Paula M

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    Charleston is my favorite City in the World. Now I know why. You harm one Charlestonian you hurt us all here in SC and the Nation. God Bless those families of the victims and God Bless Charleston!

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  • Cindy Sprinkle

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    God Bless all of you and I hope you can begin healing soon.

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  • Preston Waddell

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    My heart is aching, it hurts so bad, but I’m glad the people are uniting rather than separating. It is a time to come together. God wants us to LOVE one another.

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  • Janet

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    While praying for the families and the church, I thanked God in advance that He will still get the glory in this and He is going to cause something so good to come from this. What the devil meant for evil, God will use for good. That’s His word. Instead of the intended division, there will be unity. The world is crying out against this. God bless you all!

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  • Gail Cooper

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    I’m so touched by this united front….I wish I could be there to hear this beautiful sound. May The Nine Rest In Peace and the beautiful City of Charleston begin the healing process. My prayers to all.

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  • David Muth

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    Having lived in North Carolina and Florida I’ve had a few visits to your fantastic city. It is so great to see the city pulling together. The young man, delusional, eaten up with evil, thought he could unravel a community by dividing it. But he didn’t know how God works through people who love him, to heal his world. These victims and their families are Gods Champions and evil was defeated in Charleston today.

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  • Celia Tolar-Bane

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    I am Director of Music at St. John’s Episcopal, Shandon, and we will be ringing our bells at 10:00 a.m. on Sunday.

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    • Janet

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      Bless your heart! I am hoping that our entire nation will be ringing bells this morning at 10 AM! May the Souls of the Faithfully departed, Rest in Peace and may Almighty God give comfort to those left behind!

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  • Suzanne Davenport

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    I grew up on Isle of Palms and now live in Sandy Hook, CT. I will be traveling on Sunday at 10 but will bring a small bell to ring at 10am. I still own a house on the island and am there often so this tragedy has broken my heart. Both my childhood home and the town I have lived in for 24 years (so my children’s childhood home) have now experienced a tragedy that no community should have to go through. My heart and my thoughts are with all those affected. I am Sandy Hook Strong and Charleston Strong!

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  • L. Groh

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    We ask God to give comfort to the victims and pray for love and peace throughout this country. Thank you gracious beautiful Charleston for leading the way.

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  • Judith Walker

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    My first three years of teaching were in Charleston, while my husband was in the Air Force. I love Charleston and Charleston and all those involved are in my prayers. God Bless all of the citizens in their time of grief and sorrow. May God heal and bring about Joy again to Charleston and South Carolina.

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  • Judith Walker

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    My first three years of teaching in the sixties were in Charleston, while my husband was in the Air Force. I now live in Virginia, but consider Charleston my first home. My prayers are with all of Charleston and all those involved in this tragedy. It is hard to believe that there is so much hate in some people. We are all God’s people. God Bless Charleston and all of its’ citizens in their time of grief and sorrow. May God heal and bring about Joy to Charleston and South Carolina.

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  • Stan Christoph

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    One of the best places to hear the bells of Charleston all ringing in honor of the loved ones of Emmanuel AME Church is from the top of the parking garage behind the Charleston Place Hotel. From Longfellow: Then tolled the bells more loud and deep, God is not dead, nor does He sleep…” Our prayers are with Emanuel Church and great joy in their testimony of the love and grace of Jesus Christ in this great test of their faith. Stan Christoph, President, Christoph Paccard Bell Foundry.

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    • florance

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      You and your company are a blessing to all of us with your bells. I hope to bring comfort to others by ringing out their rich, resonant tones. The Lord has Risen.

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  • Beverly Hodges

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    First United Methodist Church in Bennettsville , SC, will be chiming in with its bells at ten to show unity with the Charleston community. God bless us every one.

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  • Ruth

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    Praying for Charleston.. We all must stand together, stay united and strong and support the great people of Charleston. It is truly a beautiful city..

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  • Doug Millar

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    Great city, this is a great way to honor everyone.

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  • Brian Evans

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    I’m the Senior Pastor of First Lutheran Church in downtown Pittsburgh. We will toll nine times — once for each life lost — followed by a peal to proclaim Christ’s victory over sin, death, and despair.

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  • Susan

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    Shepherd of the Lakes Lutheran Church, Grayslake, Illinois, will toll 9 times in solidarity with our brothers and sisters in Charleston.

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  • Karen

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    The historic Kanapaha Presbyterian Church in Gainesville, Florida will toll its 1886 steeple bell in support of Mother Emanuel AME Church and the nine lives so senselessly lost .

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  • Julie Barichivich

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    Faith Lutheran Church in Warner Robins, GA will be ringing their church bells at 10:00 when they begin worship.

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  • Rev Cynthia Black

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    The Episcopal Church of the Redeemer, Morristown, New Jersey, will ring its bells in solidarity with the people of Charleston on Sunday, June 21, at 10a.

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  • Jean Workman

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    Please add Monticello Presbyterian Church in Monticello, Ga to the list of participating churches. God bless Charleston.

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  • Fr. Brad Smith

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    We stand with you at St. Paul’s Episcopal, Monroe, NC! May you find strength in our unity as the body of Christ standing in the face of hatred and proclaiming the message of God’s love.

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  • Suzi Stone

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    Please add the Episcopal Church of Our Saviour, Jacksonville, Florida to this list. Harriett Beecher Stowe was a founder of our beautiful church on the St. John’s River. We stand united with you tomorrow and always.

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  • Donna Coghlan

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    Homer United Methodist Church
    Sycamore St
    Homer GA 30547

    We will join with churches, around the nation, ringing our bell 9 times in memory of the martyrs from Mother Emmanuel AME Church. The Reverend James McLendon, Pastor

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  • Hal Rose

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    The Church of the Holy Cross, Sullivan’s Island & Daniel Island will be joining.

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  • Rickey Letson

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    First Baptist Church Laurens, SC will be ringing bells.

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  • Priscilla Estrada

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    St Mary Help of Christians Parish in Aiken, South Carolina will #ChimeWithCharleston in solidarity . We pray for the victims, their families, and the entire Emanuel AME Church Community. Christ’s love will conquer all.

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  • Todd Hadley

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    New Heart Gathering in Charleston, SC will be ringing bells in unity with The Body of Christ throughout the world!

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  • Rev. David Sutton

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    Nazareth Presbyterian Church, Moore, SC, will ring our bell tomorrow morning as well.

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  • Debra Lockwood

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    Visiting from Las Vegas, arrived Tuesday, June 16. I am so sorry for your loss. I will be downtown tomorrow by 10am because this may be the most inspirational event I have ever witnessed.

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  • Monica

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    Haddock Baptist Church in Haddock, Georgia will be ringing our church bell in solidarity and support.

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  • Josh Hoover

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    St. James Episcopal Church in Birmingham, MI stands with you in this tragic time, will be ringing our bells, and holding you in our prayers.

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  • Betty Kingery

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    Doe Run Christian Church in Rocky Mount, VA (hometown church of Stephanie King of Charleston, SC) will be praying and ringing our church bell in solidarity and support of our brothers and sisters in Charleston and around the world.

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  • Rev. Allyson Lawrence

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    Fayetteville First United Methodist Church in Fayetteville, GA will be ringing our bells and standing in union and solidarity as we pray for the victims, the families, and the community of Emanuel AME Church.

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  • Karen Cookson

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    The bells will be ringing at Yeamans Park Presbyterian in Hanahan, SC.

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  • Dale Smith

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    Oak Grove United Methodist Church in Decatur, Georgia will ring the bells at 10:00 am on Sunday, June 21st – standing in solidarity with our brothers & sisters in Charleston, and around the nation.

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  • M Green

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    Many prayers sent from Indiana. Such a fine example Charleston reflects during this inspirational time. Love and missing our Charleston during this time….

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  • Dss. Annette M. Johnson

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    The Cathedral of St. Matthias REC/ACNA in Katy, Texas, will be participating. God bless Charleston for your witness. May it be contagious. Our prayers are with you.

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  • Rev. Gary Eichelberger

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    Christ Church Episcopal in Greenville, South Carolina, will ring our church bells at 10 am on Sunday, June 21, as we begin our Service of Holy Eucharist. May God grant to all of us a spirit of faith and courage in the midst of this tragedy.

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  • Adair Rogers

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    First Baptist Church in Laurens, SC, will be participating and will have a special time of prayer for our brothers and sisters in Charleston, SC.

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  • Lori Wunder

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    First Presbyterian Church of Mount Vernon, IA will be ringing our bell tomorrow as well.

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  • Chris Ellisor

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    Holland Ave Baptist Church in Cayce, South Carolina will be participating at 10:00 am. Our love rings out to our brothers and sisters in Christ.

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  • Angie Schlossberg

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    St. John’s Episcopal Church in Troy, NY, will be ringing its bells in solidarity.

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  • Bob Roberson

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    Central Christian Church in Jonesborough TN will ring her bells at 10 a.m. June 21. May God grant His peace that surpasses all understanding to those grieving because of this tragedy.

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  • Rev. Dr. Debra L. Duke

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    The Community Church of Mountain Lakes, a United Church of Christ congregation in Mountain Lakes NJ will be participating in ringing our steeple bell at 10:00 am. and joining with everyone at Mother Emmanuel and all across the country in prayers of healing and for an end to violence and to racism.

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  • Jennifer Williams

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    Grace Episcopal Church in Gainesville, GA will be honored to #ChimeWithCharleston on Sunday, June 21 at 10 a.m.
    Love God, Love Each Other!

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  • Andrew Creech

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    Haymore Memorial Baptist Church of Mount Airy, NC will be joining in the #ChimeWithCharleston event tomorrow at 10am.
    Our thoughts and prayers go out to those in Charleston!

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  • Father Andrew Hook

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    The Cathedral Church of Saint Paul the Apostle in Springfield, Illinois will also ring their bell in solidarity with the people of Charleston.

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  • Glen C Adkins

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    First Baptist Shreveport, LA will be honored to ring the Steeple Bells at 9am CDT, to stand with our brothers and sisters in Charleston at the Emmanuel AME Church at 10 am EDT.

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  • Ben Hicks

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    We will support you – #ChimeWithCharleston. St. Peter’s Episcopal, Port Royal Virginia. We are in solidarity with you and wish for God’s peace for you

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  • Nancy Toney

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    At an event Friday evening, your sister city of Charleston, West Virginia, stood in solidarity with Charleston, South Carolina, and sang “We Shall Overcome”. Times like these make us all pull together, but we need to stand together always. We are one!!!!!!

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  • Dena

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    Prayers with and for our beloved city of Charleston. Add Harrison United Methodist in Pineville, NC to your partner list please. We plan to chime with you.

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  • Rev. Melissa L Stoller

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    Zion Lutheran Church, in Penn Hills, PA will ring our bells in solidarity, compassion, communion and hope with Mother Emanual AME, our sisters and brothers in Charleston, SC.

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  • Ann Dean

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    Varnville Christian Church in Varnville, SC will be ringing our church bells at 10:00am. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of the victims and their families. God bless!

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  • Betsy Hooper

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    Saint Mark’s Episcopal Church, Altadena, CA will ChimeWithCharleston, praying for our brothers and sisters at Emanuel AME and for the love that is stronger than hate and fear.

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  • Philadelphia Baptist Church

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    Philadelphia Baptist Church in Tunnel Springs, Alabama, rang it’s bell today 9 times in honor of the lives lost. #CharlestonUnited

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  • Sarah Hyatt

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    Our church doesn’t have bells, but we found a recording of the bells of our Mother Church in Boston played after the Boston Marathon bombing. We found a way to broadcast those bells at 10 AM this morning from our front steps. We just wanted to be in solidarity with all the other churches in Charleston in supporting those touched by this tragedy,

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  • Dee Bee Wright

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    Westminster Presbyterian Church
    1157 Sam Rittenberg Blvd.
    Charleston, SC 29407

    Participated with over 100 ringing handbells and chimes at 10 am Sunday morning!

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  • Bill Gable

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    St. Thomas Episcopal, Abingdon,VA, rang its bell and had special prayer for Emanuel AME, our brothers and sisters in Christ, this morning.

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  • Jan

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    I lived in Charleston for 4 years while my Husband was in the Navy in the 70’s, Our first two children were born there.
    I love Charleston and have been back several times, most recently last April.
    My heart is broken for a city I called home, and where part of my heart still lives.

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  • Jonathan

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    I was in Charleston last weekend and met lots of great people. My heart is with the people of the city during this difficult time.

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  • Will Pryor

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    Please include the Charleston Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at 1519 Sam Rittenberg Blvd to your list. In lieu of lacking steeple bells, the organ chimes were set to play “Nearer My God to Thee” at 10 AM this morning in show of our love and support to the families affected.

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  • Dawn R

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    Sayville United Methodist Church, Sayville Long Island NY, rang our bells in support of our sisters and brothers at Emanuel AME. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of you.

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  • Yvonne Cairns

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    All Saints Church, Gosforth, Newcastle upon Tyne U.K. rang last Sunday in solidarity with you and in remembrance of those who died. Our previous Tower Captain taught many ringers in Charleston and I have rung there many times. We pray for all those who mourn.

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