By the CNN Wire Staff
(CNN) - People of all faiths lit candles and prayed Tuesday night in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, for those killed and wounded at Sunday's mass shooting at a Sikh temple.
The prayer and remembrance vigil, which appeared to draw a large crowd, was held outdoors in the Milwaukee suburb.
The step toward healing came as family and friends recalled the six killed by a gunman.
The older son of one victim, Paramjit Kaur, 41, said his mother was shot just after completing prayers.
When Kaur was in the temple praying, "My aunt told her that there was a shooting going on outside, we need to get up and leave," said 20-year-old son Kamal Saini. "Rather than just getting up and leaving, she wanted to just bow down and pray for the last time and then get up and leave. She was just getting up. She was shot in the back."