On Friday at 1 pm, more than 60 people gathered at the Chapel, a wooden structure on the property of the Adorers of the Blood of Christ. Several of the Adorer's were in the group, which held up construction on the pipeline by occupying part of the construction site, offering prayer and bread made from local ingredients to the workers. Here are some reports on the day's action:
"Left with no options and the specter of what will come if pipelines keep getting built, pipeline opponents become protesters, many of whom subject themselves to arrest. By the time the protests begin, pipeline opponents have been failed by just about every elected official, every regulator, every entity they’d thought was out there to protect them."