Pastor Phil Hutchings of His Tabernacle Family Church in Saint John, New Brunswick, is set to appear before a judge alongside other administrators of his church, who will be compelled to sign an undertaking recognizing the “beneficial intentions” of government COVID-19 policies and promising to follow them, without obstructing surveillance from law enforcement.
After spending seven nights in jail, pastor Phil was already compelled to sign the undertaking, which the court will seek to impose on the other administrators of the church as well.
The government demands that churches turn away the unvaccinated, keep a record of who sat in which row and pew number, forbid singing, and enforce mandatory face masks.
Refusal to comply with the undertakings could result in jail time, hefty fines, and bankruptcy.
Rebel News has been fighting for Pastor Phil’s fine, and has now retained a new lawyer for the family to help in this civil matter as well.
If you’d like to chip in to help cover the legal fees, please go to SavePastorPhil.com