President Obama speaks at Dallas fallen officers’ memorial service

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(CNN) – A memorial will be held today (Tuesday) for the fallen officers killed during a rally in Dallas, TX last week. President Barack Obama is scheduled to speak at the interfaith memorial service. The president is expected to be joined by Vice President Joe Biden and former President George W. Bush.

The program includes:

Interfaith Choir Performance:

  • Concord Church Dallas
  • St. John Baptist Church, Grand Prairie
  • Park Cities Baptist Church
  • First Presbyterian Church of Dallas
  • Royal Lane Baptist Church
  • University Park United Methodist Church

Piano performance

“Star-Spangled Banner” – Dallas Police Choir

Mayor Michael S. Rawlings

Prayer from Interfaith Leaders: Rev. Dr. Sheron C. Patterson, The United Methodist Church of North Texas Imam Omar Suleiman, resident scholar of Valley Ranch Islamic Center and
founding member of Faith Forward Dallas Rabbi Andrew Marc Paley, senior rabbi of Temple Shalom Dallas

“Total Praise” – Interfaith Choir

Senator John Cornyn
President George W. Bush
Dallas Police Chief David O. Brown
President Barack Obama

“Battle Hymn of the Republic” – Combined Interfaith and Dallas Police Choir

 

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