The Christian community refused to let city officials in Seattle, Washington, shut down a Labor Day worship event organized by "Hold the Line" founder Sean Feucht.
In a video posted on Twitter, Feucht said, "The city decided to barricade the entire park for our peaceful worship and prayer gathering."
We're calling tonight a "Worship Protest" for legal reasons.— Sean Feucht (@seanfeucht) September 7, 2020
See ya in the streets next to GasWorks Park!
Live on Facebook at 6pm!
Already so many people here next to this bulldozer. Tonight could get a little wild #LetUsWorship pic.twitter.com/VvqmAh3VyS
So the event became a "worship protest" and was moved into the street near Gas Works Park.
Seattle Parks and Recreation closed the area on Sept. 4, citing that the decision was "due to anticipated crowding that could impact the public health of residents."
Feucht told CBN News that the worship protest was still powerful and "the Spirit of God moved."
"The Lord called me to declare that this is a new Jesus People movement," he added, saying that the restrictions imposed by politicians "are only making the church stronger."
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REALLY REALLY MUST READ!!!! 4 WILD THINGS that happened in Seattle (SWIPE): 1. A local pastor prophesied an earthquake would happen during worship and ONE ACTUALLY DID (swipe). 2. Freaky agitators showed up in hazmat suits with bowls of blood to pour on me (thank you security & Seattle Police for stopping them). 3. Law enforcement surrounded us and had a powerful moment of prayer and reconciliation. 4. I led worship in front of a bulldozer (unrealized life goal). Don't miss these nights people! You never know what could happen #LetUsWorship
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