|Updated: 9/26 2:54 pm
||Published: 9/26 12:46 am
The sister of a missing Tulsa woman joined dozens of family members to honor her sister's 50th birthday.
Tina Pitts hasn't been seen since Nov. 5, 2006.
Wednesday, Angie Pitts, Tina's sister, celebrated her life and the lives of other missing people as they looked to a higher power for help.
"Dear heavenly father," said a pastor as he opened with a prayer.
Dozens of people held hands as they leaned on the power of prayer for strength.
"I'm out here for everybody, not just Tina Pitts," said Angie Pitts. "But everybody that has been involved in violence, if a lot more people stand behind me and with me, we can do this."
Pitts organized the event and began taking that stand on the corner of East 46th Street and Martin Luther King Boulevard, passing out fliers with her grandchildren, hoping it might lead to a clue.
"I used to be sad. I used to be lonely, but now I'm excited," Pitts said. "I'm happy. I'm anxious to do it because it seems as though when I'm smiling, she's smiling."
She is holding on to the only thing she has left:hope.
"The way they're finding bodies in the waters, the way they're finding bodies in the trees, and they just found that guy’s body over by McLain," Pitts told FOX23.
"If we only knew, it would be better," said Edna Pitts, Tina's mother. “See, we don't know anything. All we know is she disappeared."
"We want justice," said Pitts.
There is a $10,000 reward for anyone with information in Tina's case. Remember, you can remain anonymous.