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Places of Worship Can Now Offer Indoor Services at 25% Capacity

Places of Worship Can Now Offer Indoor Services at 25% Capacity

The State of California has announced that places of worship can now offer services indoors following the industry guidance with modifications. Indoor activities must be limited to the State’s interim capacity of 25%. View the guidance for places of worship at the following link: https://files.covid19.ca.gov/pdf/guidance-places-of-worship–en.pdf. The State has noted that the guidance is in the […]

Judge issues ruling for Godspeak to shut down indoor services; Pastor Rob McCoy: “We will continue meeting”

Judge issues ruling for Godspeak to shut down indoor services; Pastor Rob McCoy: “We will continue meeting”

By Michael Hernandez VENTURA—Ventura Superior Court Judge Vincent O’Neal upgraded the temporary restraining order against Godspeak Calvary today and issued a preliminary injunction demanding the church be shut down for indoor services. “We will continue meeting,” Pastor Rob McCoy told reporters after the ruling. “Where are we going to go? How can you do communion […]

Superior Court tries to shutdown indoor services at L.A. megachurch on Monday

Superior Court tries to shutdown indoor services at L.A. megachurch on Monday

By Michael Hernandez LOS ANGELES–Pastor John MacArthur and Grace Community Church will be in Superior Court again for the fourth time on Monday as the Country tries to shutdown indoor services at this megachurch in Sun Valley. The church received a cease-and-desist letter from county lawyers on July 29 warning that violating state and county […]

California Megachurch Wins in Court, Resumes Indoor Services Despite Lockdown Order

California Megachurch Wins in Court, Resumes Indoor Services Despite Lockdown Order

BY MATTHEW VADUM A state judge in California put Gov. Gavin Newsom’s emergency order from July prohibiting indoor church services during the coronavirus pandemic on hold after a Los Angeles-area megachurch filed a lawsuit. The decision comes as thousands of Christians in the state continue to attend in-person religious services in open defiance of Newsom. Other churches […]