200 volunteer chaplains hold prayer vigil and moment of silence for law officials
LAS VEGAS (KSNV News3LV) —
The voices of volunteers with Las Vegas Metro are calling for calm.
Chaplaincy Nevada, a group of more than 200 volunteer chaplains, held a prayer vigil and moment of silence at the doorstep of LVMPD’s Martin Luther King Blvd headquarters.
The group said they felt the vigil was needed as tensions between law enforcement and members of the community continue nationwide.
It was an emotional service that began with prayers, a candlelight vigil, and the reading of the fallen officers from Dallas.
The group hopes their message of peace will resonate throughout Las Vegas.