Pastor Rob McCoy took on COVID mandates and won
Area residents are invited to attend an informative and inspiring evening featuring Pastor Rob McCoy, senior pastor at Godspeak Calvary Chapel in Newbury Park, California. McCoy is a former Thousand Oaks mayor and city council member, and co-founder with Charlie Kirk of Turning Point Faith. Rob McCoy is a strong defender of Constitutional rights.
When he was told to shut down his church while strip clubs were allowed to stay open during the COVID pandemic, he called it tyranny and said citizens had a right and duty to push back. And he did. He kept the church open, even when the state decided to sue.
Mixing a little history, a great love of our country, and a lot of humor, organizers believe McCoy will touch your heart and give you inspiration for the times we live in.
The event is titled Rob McCoy: Reclaiming Your Constitutional Rights – Whatever the Cost.
It will be held Saturday, November 18, 7-9 p.m. at Firmly Planted Homeschool Resource Center, located at 14001 SE 1st Street, in Vancouver.
This is a free event. Reserve your seats at Reclaiming Your Constitutional Rights Whatever the Cost. Tickets for the VIP reception are $50. Reception includes hors d’oeuvres, refreshments, and photo opportunities with Rob McCoy.
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