Church That Defied Government Shutdown Burned to the Ground

HOLLY SPRINGS, MISS. – A church in Holly Springs who was suing the city for shutting down its prayer groups and bible studies was burned to the ground.   The First Pentecostal Church in Holly Springs, Mississippi, refused to shut down due to COVID-19 restrictions. “The Church was set ablaze Wednesday, causing a major explosion in the back of the church which blew out the front,” according to the First Pentecostal.   Before leaving, the arsonists spray painted these words in the pavement, “BET YOU STAY HOME NOW YOU HYPOKRITS”.

Photos by First Pentecostal.

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