French Huguenot Church to open doors Thursday to reflect on Paris attacks

The French Huguenot Church in Charleston will open its doors Thursday for those who want to pray or reflect on the Paris attacks.

The French Huguenot Church in downtown Charleston will open its doors for an hour Thursday to anyone who wants to pray or reflect on the Paris attacks.

“There will be soft music playing,” said Vickie Guerry, wife of associate pastor Thomas Guerry. “This is not a service.”

The doors will be open from 6 to 7 p.m. The church is at 136 Church St., at the intersection with Queen Street.

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