Glenn Beck and his wife, Tania, traveled to Charleston, South Carolina, on Friday to show support and love to a community that is still reeling from an unthinkable tragedy. While worshiping God, nine people were shot and killed at Morris Brown A.M.E. Church in Charleston.
The Becks marched, sang and prayed with hundreds of people who showed up to stand with the city of Charleston.
"Charleston is truly the 'holy City' or at least it felt that way today," Beck wrote on Facebook Friday night. "With my wife, rabbi Kula from NYC and Bishop Lowe from Birmingham Al arm in arm, we prayed, brought flowers, cried, laughed and hugged A LOT!"
He added, "Something has begun and it has nothing to do with politics. It has everything to do with LOVE."
For those who were unable to attend, Beck's "powerful" trip was captured in photos:
As previously reported by TheBlaze, Beck unknowingly made an appearance on MSNBC during the network's live coverage. Host Thomas Roberts, unaware of the Beck-initiated gathering to support Charleston, broke down in tears live on the air as he listened to the crowd sing.
You can watch that video via MSNBC below: