Moment The employees and customers of Chick-fil-A join and bow their heads in prayer for an employee undergoing surgery for breast cancer
- Employees and guests of Chick-fil-A gathered to pray for an employee with cancer
- The moment of silence occurred at the Belmont, North Carolina location on Friday
- Patricia Waters Russell, known as Mrs. Trish, was undergoing surgery
- The Facebook video posted by another employee went viral immediately
Jessa Schroeder for Dailymail.com
This is the time when a multitude of Chick-fil-A employees and customers are seen on video joining to say a prayer for an employee who undergoes surgery for breast cancer.
A pattern inside the chicken restaurant in Belmont, North Carolina recorded the invocation last Friday.
The manager is heard asking anyone in the kitchen and dining room who wishes to join to meet and bow his head in honor of Patricia Waters Russell, whom they refer to as Mrs. Trish.
Several employees and guests of Chick-fil-A gathered to pray for an employee with cancer last Friday
A pattern inside the chicken restaurant in Belmont, North Carolina recorded the invocation
"One of the members of our team is starting surgery right now for breast cancer and we would like to say a short prayer for her, if you want to join us," the manager said.
"It's Mrs. Trish … so if everyone knows her from our dining room, today is a difficult day for us, so we hope things go well.
"Dear Lord, please only protect Ms. Trish when she starts her surgery today, please give the surgeon a firm hand while performing the necessary surgery," said the manager.
"Please allow everyone in the operating room to be at their best today and have sharp minds and clear minds as they work on it."
You see diners throughout the restaurant bowing their heads to honor Ms. Trish
The Facebook video posted by another employee went viral immediately
& # 39; We need it here. She is our light, she is the pillar of the community for us and everyone here loves her very much.
"Please, just protect her and make her come back here to brighten our days as soon as you can," he concluded in the prayer.
The Facebook video, published by employee Susan Lackey Norris, received almost 3,000 reactions and 1,300 actions early on Wednesday morning.
Norris wrote in his video caption: "We love you, Patricia Waters Russell and we will keep you in our prayers! CFA BELMONT & # 39;
The prayer came at the chicken restaurant in Belmont, North Carolina