Sergio and Becky Celis sing and pray at benefit concert - Tucson News Now

Sergio and Becky Celis sing and pray at benefit concert

A benefit concert, "Voices of Hope," was held for the Celis family at the Catalina Methodist Church on Sunday. A benefit concert, "Voices of Hope," was held for the Celis family at the Catalina Methodist Church on Sunday.
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Several events were held over the weekend to continue to raise awareness and money for missing 6-year-old Isabel Celis.

Sunday there was a benefit concert, "Voices of Hope," held for the Celis family at the Catalina Methodist Church.

Isabel's father, Sergio, sang a song at the concert while his wife Becky stood by his side. Both were wearing Isabel's favorite color, purple.

Becky Celis read a prayer she wrote calling for the safe return of her daughter.

"Father only you can save my daughter. Only you know where she is located at. Only you, father, know who this evil predator is and how we can find him. Father, in the name of Jesus Christ, move now to save my daughter's life from this unholy and foul creature," Isabel's mom read.

Isabel was reported missing from her Eastside Tucson home 17 days ago.

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