Hundreds of people came together on Sunday at for , an annual worship event hosted by .
Many in attendance wore patriotic attire and sang along with a variety of worship tunes to help commemorate the 10th anniversary of 9/11.
Rochester Hills Fire Chief Ron Crowell spoke to the crowd about the hundreds of firefighters, police officers and response service staff members who sacrificed their lives 10 years ago.
Rochester Hills Mayor Bryan Barnett read the poem "Met in the Stairwell" by Stacey Randall, a poem that tells about the events of 9/11 from the perspective of God.
Servicemen and servicewomen past and present were honored at the event as attendees were reminded of what was lost that day.
"Let us never forget the heroism," said David Bates, Chairman of St. John Church & School Foundation.
The worship service was followed by a car show, bike parade and games.