Many images are imprinted on our minds after the Newtown, Connecticut shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary, but perhaps one of the most impressive and peaceful images is that of the 26 wooden angels that were erected on a hillside, in memory of the twenty students and six adults that were shot and killed December 14th.

One Longview church has put up a display of their own to honor the Newtown victims.

Restoration Fellowship Church put the angels on the church lawn and each one includes a victim's name, and age. The church told KLTV 7 "We don't want to forget that every life lost is huge. Its a message of love and not just for some people but for all people."

If you want to see the display and pay your respects, the angels will be at Restoration Fellowship Church on highway 259 for the next two weeks. Anyone can visit and leave flowers.