Hundreds Pray Outside Piedmont Medical Center To Show Doctors They Aren’t Alone

ROCK HILL, S.C. (CN2 NEWS) — We know our healthcare workers are on the front lines of the war against COVID-19.

We imagine the days get long and sometimes even discouraging. But our community really showed up, to show doctors, nurses and everyone else keeping hospitals running that they are NOT alone.

In the video above, CN2’s Indira Eskieva shows how hundreds of Rock Hill residents came together to participate in a community prayer drive-in.

People were instructed to practice social distancing, stay in their cars and tune into the radio station 104.1: The Bridge.

The station partnered with resident Heather Francisco, so people could listen to worship songs together.

Additionally, the student panel for the Palmetto Women’s Center placed encouraging signs across the walkway at Piedmont Medical Center and the Rock Hill Police Department to encourage employees and let them know they are loved.

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