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Rodney Reeves at Central Baptist Church. Stepka gave a message on the theme of "let he who is without sin cast the first stone. At the First Baptist Church, the Rev. Bruce Tippitt called for a moment of quiet affirmation for the doctors, nurses and emergency workers who helped treat the wounded at Westside Middle School. At the Fullness of Joy Church, a special offering was collected Sunday for the school and the families of the victims.

Pastor Adrian Rogers said the tragedy had pulled together people of all different faiths. After a weekend of funerals and tears, classes will Monday at Westside, where four students and one teacher died and 10 others were injured by gunfire last Tuesday. Two Westside students -- Mitchell Johnson, 13, and Andrew Golden, 11 -- are being held on murder charges. Under Arkansas law, the boys are too young to be tried as adults. If found responsible in juvenile court, they would likely be held until they are 18, although it is possible they could be held until they are As their classmates return, Johnson and Golden won't simply be sitting in their cells at Craighead County's juvenile detention center.

Provisions are being made to teach them in a classroom setting, albeit one behind bars, as required under Arkansas law. On Sunday, Arkansas Attorney General Winston Bryant said Johnson and Golden's parents could face legal charges if their children are found responsible in juvenile court. He said Arkansas law allows civil lawsuits to be brought against parents for the actions of their children, in which damages could be recovered.

While he said his office would explore every option available, "I really think it's more of a civil action by a private attorney and not the responsibility, and probably outside the jurisdiction, of the attorney general's office," Bryant said. Johnson and Golden will face an adjudication hearing on April 29, where the judge will determine guilt or innocence, Bryant told "This Week. Correspondents John Holliman and Tony Clark contributed to this report. Message Boards Chat Feedback. Contents Help! Search CNN Networks. Scenes from Sunday services.

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