Calif. church appeals governor's ban on Bible studies, in-person worship
The Pasadena-based Harvest Rock Church and Harvest International Ministry have appealed their case regarding Gov. Gavin Newsom‚Äôs ban on all in-person worship, including home Bible studies and fellowship with anyone who does not live in the home.
On behalf of Harvest Rock Church and Harvest International Ministries, which is a nonprofit corporation with 162 member churches statewide and over 65,000 affiliates worldwide, the religious rights law group Liberty Counsel has filed a lawsuit in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
The lawsuit challenges ‚Äúboth the total ban on in-person worship (including in private homes) in the counties on the ‚ÄėCounty Monitoring List,‚Äô and the ban on singing and chanting in the remaining counties,‚ÄĚ Liberty Counsel said in a statement....
It has been refreshing to see churches who are fed up with the seemingly permanent and everlasting ‚Äútemporary‚ÄĚ COVID 19 regulations, restrictions and rules, (decrees actually, not agreed by any legislature) interfering with church worship. The whole idea is to interfere with all aspects of life until the infamous Bill Gates aborted foetus rNA DNA changing and marker chip vaccine is ready for compulsory vaccination ( no exemptions allowed). Why do you think universal mask wearing is required everywhere, even outdoors. (In Britain, masks must be worn in most indoor places, but thankfully not yet outdoors, though many people, including little children do). It is conditioning the sheep ready for the compulsory vaccine. I just wish we had churches that would stand against this, but here in Britain they are virtually totally supine, wit one or two very discreet exceptions. At least at present we are not as badly off as Melbourne and Victoria Australia where dictator Dan Andrews is keeping them in permanent lockdown, and has forced through a 6 month extension of his powers!!