Salvation Army of Metro Detroit EDS Provides Comfort and Spiritual Support to Oxford, Michigan Community After Tragic School Shooting

Oxford, MI – After news of the high school shooting on Tuesday, November 30th, 2021, the Eastern Michigan Division Emergency Disaster Services team was on site at Oxford High School, led by Major Timothy Meyer. Food was donated by Culver’s and McDonald’s. Students gathered at a local coffee shop and received prayer. A candlelight vigil will occur tonight, where we will provide hot chocolate and more spiritual care. Major Tim Meyer will be writing his thoughts on the event, which will be published soon.



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