ORLANDO, Fla. (FOX 35 WOFL) - Vigils across the country continue to be held for the victims of the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting.
There will be a vigil held at the Congregation of Reform Judaism in Orlando on Tuesday night. The organizers say that the vigil is for all faiths and cultures. They are hoping to make clear that it is time to "stop the hate." The event will even feature a call to action against hate speech. Organizers believe that leaders have a responsibility for what they say.
A similar gathering occurred last night in Seminole County at the Chabad Temple. Leaders say that this is the time for every community to remember that terror can happen to any community and that this is no time for members of one faith to mourn alone.
There will also be an interfaith prayer gathering on Thursday at the Temple Beth in Ormond Beach. All are welcome.
All are welcome at Orlando's Tuesday event, but no bags will be allowed.