On January 24, 2021, Trinity Bible Chapel in Waterloo, held a service unmasked and together as one congregation, violating the government’s shutdown order which at the time prohibited churches from gathering in more than 10 people. For that, they were fined $83,000 for contempt- not just the church entity, or the pastor, but all six members of the elder board were handed down fines. This is that breakdown: “Pastor Will and I each owe $5,000. Pastor Randy owes $4,000. Each of the other elders owe $3,000. The church itself owes $15,000. And we have been ordered to pay $45,000 to cover the legal fees of the Ministry of the Attorney General.” These are fines that are a done deal . Because they are for contempt charges they’re essentially unable to be appealed or waived, and are not theoretical “They could get fined up to…” but in fact are judgments […]
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