Thousands gather in Nashville to pray for school shooting victims during TPUSA Faith tour stop

The Tennessee State Capitol in Nashville was the site of the Day of Prayer Christian revival tour on Saturday, where 5,000 showed up to pray and sing at the War Memorial Plaza at an event hosted jointly by Turning Point USA Faith and Let Us Worship, with thousands more watching online.

The Nashville stop took place less than a week after the horrific school shooting that happened at The Covenant School, in which three students and three staff members were left dead.

Sean Feucht, an evangelist who fell into the spotlight when he pushed back against COVID-era restrictions, kicked off the event by reading from Jeremiah 33:6, per The Tennessean.

“No matter what you’ve gone through, I will bring health and healing,” Feucht read. “I will heal my people and let them enjoy abundance, peace and security.”

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