‘9/11′ – REMEMBERING…. “What We Say We Will Never Forget!”
The Hood County Prayer Task Force and the Friends of Memorial Lane led us to remember and give thanks to God for those who fell on September 11, 2001 and for our first responders and military. This special service was held:
- On September 11, 7:00 p.m.
- At Memorial Lane in the Jim Burks Firefighters Memorial Park, 561 North Travis Street, Granbury.
This was the second annual remembrance service.
Through Sight, Sound, and Song, participants re-experienced where they were on the morning of September 11, 2001, to remember how it impacted their lives, and to again relive how our country pulled together to remain ONE NATION UNDER GOD – united to one goal…..It was a time we also celebrated life and renewed our commitment to never forget those brave ones who ran in unafraid to save others during the attack on the Towers and the Pentagon – a time to remember our military, our first-responders who served then and are serving today and a time to remember those who died in the Twin Towers and the Pentagon. We remembered those innocent victims who became brave warriors on the United Airlines Flight 93, preventing them from becoming another weapon of destruction.
Click here to view a brief invitation video.
Isaiah 6:8 Then I heard the voice of the LORD saying, “Whom shall I send?
And who will go for us?” And I said, “Here am I. Send me!”
Sponsored by: Friends of Memorial Lane, Hood County Prayer Task Force, The City of Granbury, Tony Mobly, CFP®, Granbury Chamber of Commerce, Granbury Multimedia & Walmart