Vigils, Marches, & Gatherings Honoring the Charleston Shooting Victims

Here is a list of vigils, marches, and gatherings that will honor the nine people lost during Wednesday's attack.

Friday, June 19th

  • 6 am - 9 pm: Church of Our Saviour inn Johns Island
    • Open for prayer
    • People of all faiths and denominations are welcome
  • 6 pm - City of Charleston's Prayer Vigil at the TD Arena
    • Attendees are asked not to bring bags to the event
    • Free parking will be available at the City of Charleston parking garages at the following locations:
      • 34 St. Philip Street garage
      • Wentworth garage
      • Gaillard garage
  • 6 pm - Plymouth Church
    • 124 Spring Street
    • Prayer vigil
  • 6 pm - Requiem Mass
    • Church of the Holy Communion at 218 Ashley Avenue
    • Open to all
  • 6 pm - Shiloh SDA Church
    • 914 Dorchester Road in North Charleston
  • 7 pm - East Cooper Baptist Church
    • 361 Egypt Road, Mount Pleasant
  • 7 pm - St. Luke Reform Episcopal Church
    • 60 Nassau St
    • Open to all

Saturday, June 20th

  • 6 am - 9 pm: Church of Our Saviour inn Johns Island
    • Open for prayer
    • People of all faiths and denominations are welcome
  • 10 am - Unity of Charleston
    • 2535 Leeds Ave in Charleston
    • Interfaith prayer service
  • 12 pm - Saint John's Reformed Episcopal Church
    • 91 Anson Street
    • Interdenominational prayer vigil
  • 12 pm - 6 pm: Unity Music and Arts Festival
    • Family Circle Tennis Center's Grand Lawn (Daniel Island)
    • Donations will be accepted
  • 6 pm - March for Black Lives Matter
    • A peaceful solidarity event
    • Participants are asked to bring a flower to leave at Mother Emanuel AME Church and to wear black, in mourning
    • Group will walk from Wraggs Mall to the church
    • Speakers and artists will speak to the crowd at the beginning and the end of the march
  • 7 pm - Without Walls Ministry Prayer Tent
    • Corner of Lee and Meeting Streets in downtown Charleston

Sunday, June 21st

  • 10 am - All Charleston Churches
    • Charleston’s historic houses of worship will ring their bells simultaneously starting at 10 am
  • 10 am - Charleston United Prayer and Worship Gathering
    • Marion Square
  • 7:45 pm - "Bridge to Peace" on the Ravenel Bridge
    • Will start on both sides of the bridge and will pass over the pedestrian lane
    • More info

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