California pastor turns his church into strip club to remain open amid COVID-19 lockdown
It surely isn’t a sin.
A California pastor turned his churched into a strip club so it could remain open during the coronavirus lockdown as an “essential” business.
Ventura County pastor Rob McCoy of Godspeak Calvary Chapel decided to act unordinary only to help his church work steadily amid the COVID-19 restrictions and turned it into a strip club. McCoy said that strip-club owners could fight back their right to remain open in court citing First Amendment.
The pastor’s faith was stronger than any prejudices and he decided to act.
"A church could announce that their pastor would remove his tie during the sermon, and since he was taking off an article of clothing, that would make the church a temporary strip club and therefore it would be legal for the parishioners to attend services," former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee explained.
"After a few good laughs, McCoy’s message focused on the increased persecution churches face during the pandemic shutdowns and the tyrannical rule being embraced by so many on both sides of the aisle," the report said.