Kentucky church can conduct Easter drive-in service, rules court

Kentucky church can conduct Easter drive-in service, rules court

Louisville in Kentucky cannot halt a local church’s drive-in service planned for Easter, a federal judge ruled on Saturday. On Fire Christian Church sued Louisville Mayor Fischer and the city after Fischer announced drive-in style religious gatherings were not allowed on Easter. District Judge Justin Walker sided with the church calling the ruling ’’beyond all reason’ unconstitutional’.

Kathy
Kathy
Otis B Driftwood
Otis B Driftwood 1 months

Are these the first legal shots fired? Are we going to start testing this new-found authority the government is wielding?

I have no idea
I have no idea 1 months

Good. Challenge this overreach at every turn, don't let them keep this power.

IIzard
IIzard 1 months

Measures should be guidelines advice, border security and testing kits. Anything more is an increase in authoritarianism and askin to St Mary's virus.

ICblades
ICblades 1 months

This is so fu#king dumb they were all in their cars it was a bunch of people sitting in their cars with their families and that is apparently illegal. Anyone who agrees with this bs mayor needs to be removed from this country

One Watchable
One Watchable 1 months

Why specify church services? christians have been praying for 2000 years, and the World has continued to get worse and worse in that time.

Joseph Cribari
Joseph Cribari 1 months

How about you wait until after the crisis has been fully dealt w before pushing back against what your elected officials are doing to protect your wellbeing. After that, if the government refuses to relinquish their power, then you may rebel. Otherwise you're no less part of the problem. Choosing to ignore what's in the best interest of others, including yourself, is an act of immediate threat, which is permitted by law to be dealt w, with self defensive action. I promote the right for those around you, to put you down in the name of defending the wellbeing of themselves and others.

not the 1%
not the 1% 1 months

great decision!!! im positive God and the BIG J will provide all the protections they deserve 🙏🙏

Fin
Fin 1 months

Good for him... In fact don't let them exit the church..... If they want to go tell em bring enuff supplies n sleeping bags to camp out n hold a fourteen day revival... Perhaps read about the good Samaritan... Got nerve risking lives as they pretend to care bout anyone in their communities...u notice suddenly screaming about speration of church n state but not so much in public schools where they try to force indoctrination of their personal spiritual beliefs...n invalidate valid science with hocus pocus crap.... Those places meeting aren't churches they are cults n they prove it by pulling this crap... All little jonestowns

Sherlock
Sherlock 1 months

In these difficult times we should all have the same target in mind which is keeping the virus from spreading, simple as that. Services related to health, medicine or food products should remain available but any other thing should be handled from home. Do we really need to leave our houses to pray?

Fin
Fin 1 months

Nothing wrong with drive up service.. In fact in Daytona Beach Florida their is a drive up church... A converted drive in movie place... U don't have to be in a building labeled church to be in church... Walk outside ur door n look up... That's his massive cathedral ceiling over all on the planet..

Mutatis
Mutatis 1 months

Seems Rand Paul had some good commentary on this one.

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