(TargetLiberty.org) – Several hundred worshippers gathered on San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge last Thursday, holding an open-air protest against Governor Gavin Newsom’s ban on singing at religious services. Newsom introduced the new restriction last Monday as coronavirus cases in the state began to rise again.
Church attendance is limited to 100 people or 25% of building capacity, whichever is lower. Religious leaders across the state have protested against the move, claiming it’s discriminatory, and there’s a possibility of legal action to overturn it.
Believe it or not, California’s Governor Newsom is attempting to BAN singing in places of worship. We’re preparing to file a federal lawsuit against this blatant violation of religious freedom, and we need your support. Sign our petition to fight back. https://t.co/RWncyyFFq3
— Jay Sekulow (@JaySekulow) July 8, 2020
Thursday’s protest was organized by Sean Feucht, a 36-year-old worship leader who’s spent years preaching in areas where it’s not allowed – his Instagram account shows pics of him leading services in Iraq and North Korea. Now he’s added photos of him leading almost 400 people in prayer and singing on the walkways of the iconic bridge.
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