67% of Churches Nationally Are Still Unfairly Shutdown – But, Hundreds Are Open Illegally – I Went to One Last Week [See the Video]

Craig Huey California, Faith 5 Comments

I went to church illegally in California a month ago.

I went to church illegally again in Maine last week.

Both illegal churches were packed out.

Both had sanitation programs in place.

Both allowed the attendees to wear masks if they wanted. 90% did not.

And the churches were alive with powerful worship, teaching, and fellowship.

But it was illegal.

Last week, Shelly and I flew to Bangor, Maine and attended Calvary Chapel Bangor with Pastor Ken Graves.

He issued a public declaration to the Governor of Maine and has a law suite against the government church shutdown going on now. I wrote about his powerful video – a declaration of faith for opening his church.

You can see the video here.

I also wrote about the illegal church service both Shelly and I attended at Calvary Chapel Chino Hills with Pastor Jack Hibbs (Read the article here).

The other Sundays in May and June we went to legal church services in Tennessee (Read the article here).

67% of churches are still closed because of the unconstitutional dictates of state governors.

All churches should all be open – even if contrary to oppressive and unconstitutional states dictate not to.

All can open smartly and prudently.


At one service we went to we all sang a song so truly fitting for today: “I’m no longer a slave to fear, I am a child of God.”

Amen. You can hear the song here.

What do you think? Please email me at Craig@craighuey.com.

Comments 5

  1. I believe that this infringement upon our rights is only going to get worse. We need to pray for the power of Jesus will surround us, and keep us safe.

  2. I think that you should put the word illegal in quotation marks for clarity.
    Make it clear that the church service is not illegal, but the regulation prohibiting the free exercise of our Constitutional right to worship is what is illegal.

  3. Agree. All should be open, but all of this is distinguishing the “liberal” churches from the conservative ones. The liberal ones are still closed, for the most part it would seem.
    I’ve written letters to some churches that I have been a part of in the past, that have not opened at all during this time. One little Nazarene church on my street corner has had a bold BLM sign on the church door for several weeks. I wrote to them, encouraging them to take the sign down, explaining why this does not fit with their beliefs (I know, as I came out of this denomination). There was no response to my letter, and so I contacted the district superintendent of that denomination about the matter. He quickly responded, said he totally agreed with me, and that he would look into the matter and get back to me. He never has gotten back to me, and the sign remains in place.
    Thanks for being a sound voice in this era of great deception. I enjoy your updates.

    1. I need to clarify my last note, regarding the correspondence with the church superintendent. He did respond to my letter. It was the church itself that never got back to me. And as of this morning, the sign is still on the door. I wrote the first note quickly without rereading it. Sorry for that. The superintendent was very responsive and concerned.

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