UPDATE: LA County Court Sides with MacArthur, Grace Community Church Can Hold Indoor Worship Services

The Los Angeles County Superior Court announced Thursday there’s no court order prohibiting Pastor John MacArthur and Grace Community Church from holding indoor worship services. 

“We are pleased with the outcome today. Judge Mitchell L. Beckloff correctly found there is no court order prohibiting Grace Community Church from holding indoor services. LA County continues to harass and target Pastor MacArthur. Having failed to get a court order to shut down the church they have sought three times, they’re going to try again by hauling us back into court. Ironically, LA County said in its application for contempt that, ‘Grace Church cannot thumb its nose at the court when decisions don’t go its way,’ yet that’s precisely what LA County is now doing themselves. We will simply continue to defend our client’s constitutionally protected rights because church is essential,” Thomas More Society Special Counsel Jenna Ellis said in a statement. 

Officials with Los Angeles County wanted MacArthur and the leadership of the Grace Community Church held in contempt of court after holding a regular church service at their Sun Valley, California campus last Sunday.

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Rob McCoy found in contempt of court and fined.

William Hicks

Could it be that State, County and city government have overextended their authority? DO YOU THINK?

There are consequences to legitimate elections. Either this State is made up of citizens with a death wish to their Constitutional Freedoms or the elections are rigged to have only one result. WHICH IS IT, when he 2020 election will have 100% mail in ballots from every “registered” voter? Is it so every legitimate voter can vote or is it so that fraud can give only one end result?