Now We Have To Protest? Let Us Worship Park Location Closed

Sean Faucht is the founder of Hold the Line and the organizer of Let Us Worship. The Let Us Worship movement states, “It’s time for the Church to rise up with one voice and tell our government leaders and the rulers of big tech that we refuse to be silenced!” [1] He is going around and promoting revival instead of riots.

The prayer rally in Seattle, WA, was not the first one that Mr. Faucht had organized, but it was his twenty-first. The rally he organized before this one was in the capital city of California, which is Sacramento. On September 4, 2020, when the city closed the park for September 7, 2020, they said, ”

Out of concerns for the safety of all those who visit Gas Works Park we have opted to close the entire park for the day. Seattle Parks and Recreation does not allow unpermitted public events to take place in Seattle parks … and asks the public [to] continue to adhere to current public health guidelines so that we can keep our parks open. [2]

September 7 was the day the prayer rally was planned.

As Sean pointed out, “They had, on 4th avenue in Seattle, … Antifa rioters throwing molotov cocktails at policemen, and yet the city focused their energy on our peaceful worship and prayer rally in Gas Works Park.”

The rally was held in the streets of Seattle because the park was closed. The Prayer Rally was renamed to Worship Protest which made it legal in Seattle.


Notes:

  1. ^SEAN FEUCHT.” SEAN FEUCHT, 11 Sept. 2020. (go back↩)
  2. ^Feucht, Sean. “LET US WORSHIP – Fox & Friends Interview – Sean Feucht – Hold the Line – Seattle.” YouTube, 8 Sept. 2020. (go back↩)

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