Ammon Bundy, others hold in-person Easter service

Oregon Faith News Note,

Oregon’s well known symbol of defiance for his role in the Malheur Refuge occupation, Ammon Bundy, kept his legacy alive by defying the Idaho state ban on gatherings. During Easter outside Boise, Aamon Bundy held an Easter service in a warehouse to a few dozen people. There was a sign that hung that read “Defy Martial Law”. (photo from 3/30 gathering).

The media reports a few larger size pastors hosting Easter services:

The pastor of a Florida 4,000 person mega-church called the River defied state gathering bans and began holding full services. Florida authorities eventually arrested the pastor.

In Baton Rouge Louisiana, Life Tabernacle Church defied the state ban and held a service with over 300 people.

In Houston Texas, the Glorious Way Church held Easter services but took extra steps to honor social distancing. They only accepted 100 people per service in their 1,000 person capacity church. They also made hand sanitizer readily available.

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