Every day around 6:33 p.m. Eastern time the cell phones and watches of members of Pilgrim Lutheran Church, Lexington, S.C., go off.
Air Force Lt. Col. Tim Wessel first heard it as a newcomer, visiting the congregation before moving to South Carolina, where his family had already set up residence.
Heads bowed and eyes closed, members of Pilgrim Lutheran Church, Lexington, S.C., pray at 6:33 p.m. as parishioner and photographer Lewis Ziegler takes their photo. At 6:33, he often takes photos to "pray with [his] eyes," he says.
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