By Tim Jimenez
PHILADELPHIA (CBS)– Saturday marks the one year anniversary of the Sandy Hook mass shooting that shook up a quiet Connecticut town and stunned a nation. A Bucks County native, who is a pastor in the heart of the still reeling community, reflects on the past 12 months.
“There still is a lot of healing that needs to be done,” said Pastor Tim Kuhn, founder of Faith at Newtown Church in Sandy Hook. “I know some first responders, police officers that still are currently hurting. One, I am aware of, is even still out of work.”
A year ago, Faith at Newtown was located around one mile away from Sandy Hook Elementary. No one in the congregation was lost in the shooting, and the church has since moved to a different permanent location within town, but Kuhn said the nightmare of that day has been nearly impossible for…
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