The community gathered to remember Trevyan Rowe and to support his family. They prayed, and talked about how the teen moved them to act and helped unite Rochester.

A Rochester Church paid tribute to Trevyan Rowe’s life on Monday night.

The First Church of God held a service to remember Trevyan Rowe and to support his family.

The community prayed, and talked about how the teen moved them to act and united Rochester.

Rowe was just 14-years-old. His aunt and uncle said that he brightened their lives.

News10NBC asked them on Monday how they would like Trevyan to be remembered.

"He showed love and received a lot of love,” said Rowe’s uncle, Kent Handy. “He knew he was loved and I would like for you all to remember how Rochester came together because of this kid. He unified this whole community."

The New York State Attorney General and State Education Commissioner announced late Monday afternoon that they are now joining the investigation into the teen’s death.