Houses of worship add security measures after Charleston massacre

One church on Detroit's west side surrounded by vacant houses, and its pastor thinks that the Charleston, South Carolina murders can happen anywhere including here.

That is why Hill is beefing up security at Christ Community Baptist Church. His effort complete with new security cameras as the feds are urging places of worship to ramp up security in the wake of the Charleston massacre.

Local and federal law enforcement want churches and other houses of worship to have security programs and emergency action plans in place for worst case scenarios.

"You really don't know nowadays," Hill said. "You have to prepare ahead of time."

Hill does not carry a gun but several of his worshipers do.