Pastor Who Defied Lockdown Order To Open Church Dies Of Coronavirus
According to a report by TMZ, Virginia pastor identified as Gerald Glenn has died 3 weeks after holding a packed church service after defying lockdown orders amid Coronavirus outbreak.
The pastor, Gerald Glenn, in the midst of the global pandemic ignored the lockdown issued by authorities to continue sharing the word of God and stated that the only that can stop him is unless “he was in jail or hospital”.
“Bishop Gerald Glenn showed off his jam-packed congregation back on March 22 at the New Deliverance Evangelistic Church in Richmond, VA … telling followers to stand up and prove their numbers … despite social distancing guidelines and warnings against large gatherings in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
Pastor Who Defied Lockdown
His church announced that Glenn died on, of all days, Easter Sunday from COVID-19 a week after testing positive for the novel coronavirus.
During that infamous in-person service, the Bishop said he firmly believed God was larger than the virus and said he was proud of being “controversial” for violating safety protocols. The Bishop also claimed he was an “essential” worker, saying he’s a preacher and he talks to God.
The Bishop’s wife, Marcietia Glenn, is also infected with COVID-19.
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