Local pastor organizes service to honor those who lost lives, served on 9/11


Pastor David Galbraith of Mt. Comfort United Methodist Church believes people have forgotten the lessons of 9/11 and will hold a service on Tuesday to commemorate those who were lost during the tragedy.

HANCOCK COUNTY — Even while he watches the people around him slip back into what he sees as old patterns, Dave Galbraith does not. While others seem to have forgotten about the tragedy of Sept. 11, 2001, Mt. Comfort United Methodist Church’s new pastor said he never will.

“It’s something that I will never forget,” Galbraith said. “I’m afraid that the people of the United States have already forgotten.”

In order to remind people that the U.S. is still vulnerable to attack, Galbraith said the church will hold a special service to honor those who lost their lives and served on Sept. 11.

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