9 dead in shooting at Charleston church

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Authorities in Charleston, S.C., said 9 people were killed when a gunman opened fire Wednesday night during a bible study meeting at a historic church. CBSN’s Alison Harmelin has the latest details.

South Carolina State Senator Among Dead in Charleston Church Shooting

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South Carolina state senator and Church’s pastor was among the nine shot inside a Charleston church. 41-year-old Reverend Clementa Pinckney was leading a study session Wednesday evening at the Emanuel AME church when a young white man opened fired on the group. Pinckney was a married man and father of two. He was known as a civil rights leader who was elected to the state house at age 23, making him the youngest member of the House at the time. Authorities labeled the shooting a hate crime and according to police, Eight of the nine victims died inside the church. The ninth died later at a nearby hospital. Police have not identified any of the six women or three men who died in the bloodbath, but friends named Pinckney as one of the victims. Authorities are in the hunt for the shooter, but the FBI identified the suspect as 21 year old Dylann Roof.

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Our God’s Not Dead at Resonate Church Fremont Ca

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Our God’s Not Dead at Resonate Church Fremont Ca #resonatemovement
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Watch: 9 dead in Charleston, S.C., church shooting

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Three men and six women were killed Wednesday night after a gunman opened fire in a Charleston, South Carolina, church.Read more: Manhunt underway for S.C. church shooterRead more: Charleston church shooting victims: What we know For more information please visit

Nine Dead in Charleston Church Massacre | msnbc

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Nine people are dead in Charleston, South Carolina after a man opened fire on a prayer meeting at an historic black church Wednesday night. Msnbc’s Benjy Sarlin reports.
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Shooting at Charleston, S.C., restaurant

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Officials say a disgruntled employee entered a Charleston, South Carolina, restaurant with a gun Thursday afternoon, shot one person and took hostages.

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Reviving A Dead Church – #Wakenaam Island, Guyana, South America

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The Church of Christ on #Wakenaam Island in Guyana, South America was started about two decades ago, but through attrition had nearly dried up. Through the efforts of David A. Paher from the Richmond Church of Christ in Richmond, Kentucky and Neil Richey and Scott Ihle of the Piedmont Road Church of Christ in Marietta, Georgia, efforts were made during April 16-23, 2016 to revive this dead church, which hadn’t assembled together for over two years. Three Christians were found, and the Lord added three additional souls during that week, in effect doubling the size of the congregation. Continued efforts are made to help this small church to continue to grow.