Pastor Ken Graves: Update on Religious Freedom Case
Ken Graves, senior pastor of Calvary Chapel Bangor, ME, updates believers who have been fasting and praying as the U.S. Supreme Court considers a religious freedom case involving his church. The Court was to hear the case, litigated by the nonprofit Liberty Counsel, on Thursday, May 13. “This fight remains a fight for us to win,” he confidently declared. “I believe victory is in sight.”
The case centered on Maine Gov. Janet Mills’ COVID-19 restrictions placed on church attendance, some of the harshest in the nation. The Court, in a move Ken believes to be positive, has required a response by the Mills administration by June 9 before proceeding. Besides severely limiting church attendance, the restrictions adversely affect the ability of CC Bangor’s Calvary Residential Discipleship program to biblically minister to men and women with addictions. To read the story in Calvary Chapel Magazine, click here.
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