Molly Just, director of discipleship and campus minister, and Rachelle Speer, associate pastor of First United Methodist Church, light candles in remembrance of Luna.  Just and Speer led the memorial. (Emily Berry/Staff photographer)Molly Just, director of discipleship and campus minister, reads the final scripture after a moment of silence. The final scripture read was John 14:1-4, 18-19, 27 - “Do not let your hearts be troubled. You believe in God; believe also in me,” John 14:1. (Emily Berry/Staff photographer)Erin Hall, religion and philosophy junior, and Rebeca Dominguez, religion and philosophy junior, pray during a moment of silence. Luna was involved in the First United Methodist Church. (Emily Berry/Staff photographer)Steve Kramer, assistant director of advising and student success, and Dan Falk, dean of students, pray during a moment of silence. There were two moments of silence during the memorial, giving time for everyone to remember Luna. (Emily Berry/Staff photographer)Hanna Ediger, resident director, and husband Ethan Ediger take a moment of silence. Luna died in a December shooting. (Emily Berry/Staff photographer)Erin Hall, religion and philosophy junior, Rebeca Dominguez, religion and philosophy junior, Bob Gallup, professor of physics and mathematics, and Elyse Achenbach, coordinator of international student services and enrollment, listen to the scripture read by Molly Just, director of discipleship and campus minister. Psalm 139:7-17 was the first scripture read - “If I ascend up into heaven, thou art there: if I make my bed in hell, behold, thou art there,” Psalm 139:8. (Emily Berry/Staff photographer)Jordan Butler, Southwestern alum, and Molly Just, director of discipleship and campus minister, welcome those in attendance.  Butler played the guitar during the memorial of Gabriel Luna while Just read scripture. (Emily Berry/ Staff photographer)