Massive Christian Worship Event In Portland One Day After Antifa Attacked Prayer Service


Last weekend, violence erupted when a group of black-clad antifa-style protesters showed up to disrupt a Christian prayer event that featured a Canadian pastor who has been jailed for violating his province’s COVID-19 restrictions.

Sean Feucht, who routinely holds large-scale worship events across the nation, led the event, which had already been planned before the attack the day prior.

“Members of Antifa showed up in Portland last night to threaten, harass, bully and intimidate us,” he wrote on Twitter on Sunday. “A mom and her baby were tear-gassed. Antifa stood 10 feet from me as we lifted our voices in praise, but we didn’t back down. We kept worshipping and God moved powerfully!”

Amazingly, Feucht said that at least one self-identified antifa member who had showed up to cause chaos ended up giving his life to Christ.

“One member of Antifa who came to disrupt our service was SAVED giving his life to Jesus! It’s a time for a BOLD & BELIEVING church!” he wrote. “God has not given us a Spirit of fear but of POWER & GRACE! The Church is on the move and the gates of hell will not prevail against it!”

Feucht wrote that “people are scared, addicted, lonely, suicidal and hopeless – AND WE HAVE THE HOPE OF THE WORLD INSIDE OF US!!”

“THIS IS WHY WE CAN’T BACK DOWN” the “Hold the Line” leader wrote.

Feucht also wrote that many were “saved, healed, delivered and freed” on Sunday, and urged Christians not to let anything hold them back from sharing the love of Christ in this dark time.

“IT IS REVIVAL SEASON!” he exuberantly declared.

CBN News reported that as Feucht and the worshippers were singing and praying, that antifa members threw needles, pills, drugs, and other objects at the crowd.

Andy Ngo, a centrist journalist who has made name for himself reporting on antifa’s activities, shared on Twitter that violence broke out again after the event.

As we reported, on Saturday, prayer service attendants were confronted and attacked by antifa agitators who allegedly threw flash bombs at a group which included babies.

Violent clashes broke out between antifa and individuals said to be guarding the prayer rally which were fingered as members of the Proud Boys, but disavowed by the local Proud Boys leader.

It is unclear if this was the same group that clashed with antifa following Feucht’s worship service.

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