Source: Jamaica Gleaner
Founder of the City of Refuge Endtime Prophetic Ministries in St Ann, Apostle Christine McLean, says her God has the power to heal the Coronavirus.
McLean today held a church service under a tree next to the entrance of the Tivoli Gardens Community entrance on Darling Street today, with none of her some 50 congregants wearing masks or following the physical distancing protocols.
The preacher, in her sermon, urged her followers to worship God rather than the ‘Brogad’ - in reference to Prime Minister Andrew Holness, who goes by that nickname.
She held that the church respects no election and that they are led by the Holy Ghost, not the Government.
McLean in April, expressed dismay to a declaration from Prime Minister Andrew Holness that churchgoers must wear masks when they are in the sanctuary.
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