The senior pastor told the congregation that any messages for Norma, who worked at the church, and Ronald could be passed along though the congregation.
"But if you have some messages or whatever you’d like to send to them, you can get it to us and we can find a way to get it to them," Pastor Thomas stated.
"This week many of us find ourselves stunned into silence," Thomas continued. "So many of us have simply grown in our prayers or wept a river of tears and continue to do so because of the significance of all of the lives taken this senseless act of violence."
Police stated that Hale identified as transgender — and sources claimed that Norma and Ronald could not accept that their daughter was gay or her identity.
Hale, who lived with her parents in Nashville, was allegedly prohibited from wearing men's clothing at home. Sources close to the suspect said that she would wait to change into men's clothes after she left the house.
Hale also preferred to go by the name Aiden and used He/Him pronouns, however, the insider claimed that the parents refused to comply with their daughter's wishes.
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