After a tumultuous legal battle, the house of God and the body of Christ in California can return to some semblance of normal meeting. The Supreme Court struck down California’s coronavirus public health mandates Monday that prohibit indoor worship services.
“Governor Newsom should have done this a long time ago,” said a statement from Harmeet K. Dhillon, the Center for American Liberty’s founder. “For over a year, the state of California has targeted the faith community for discriminatory treatment depriving them of their fundamental right to worship.”
Huge victory for the First Amendment today. Kudos to Charles LiMandri, Paul Jonna, all the lawyers working w/me @Liberty_Ctr in the 3 cases we worked on that reached SCOTUS in 2021. After a year of extensive & expensive litigation the state has been forced to do the right thing. https://t.co/UeCmTUEh7U
— Harmeet K. Dhillon (@pnjaban) April 12, 2021
This ruling follows a big win Friday that allowed home Bible study and worship sessions to take place once again.
Recent Court rulings in favor of faith communities such as Harvest International Ministries with Pastor Che Ahn, influenced this new development, per the AP News report.
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SOURCE: Charisma News, Nadia Joy Schult