An interfaith service at Trinity Church in Newtown for prayer and comfort was held Monday night to honor the 26 children and educators killed at Sandy Hook School. Newtown Congregational Church Reverend Matthew Crebbin offered these thoughts on the third anniversary. He said it's important not to forget and not to let go of the reality that it still continues to be a significant event for many in the community.
Crebbin says the town is not pretending that nothing happened, or that it's "business as usual" because for many people in the community, it's not business as usual. He called it an ongoing journey.
Crebbin says it's important to pause and to recognize that the entire town is on a journey that was launched by what happened three years ago. Crebbin called the anniversary a time to stop and remember.