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华盛顿国会山浸信会教会10月18日举行诉讼后的首次崇拜 2020-10-21 20:13:31

谨供参考:《公民的政府 Civil Government,Passage: Psalms 72:11》(Preacher: Bobby Jamieson,2020-10-18)

《Psalm》72:11:May all kings bow down to him and all nations serve him.

《圣经·诗篇》七十二11:诸王都要叩拜他,万国都要事奉他。


《Capitol Hill Baptist Church holds first outdoor service in DC after winning lawsuit》(By Michael Gryboski, 2020-10-20)

DC Mayor’s Limit on Religious Services Violates Law, Judge Rules.

法官裁定:华盛顿市长对宗教崇拜的限制违反了法律。)

Members of Capitol Hill Baptist Church gathered in Washington, D.C., to hold their first outdoor services in the nation’s capital since they successfully sued to do so.

Capitol Hill Baptist had filed a lawsuit against the District over COVID-19 shutdown restrictions that prevented them from holding outdoor worship services.

“We are so excited to be able to meet together in DC again! And we are thankful for the generosity of the National Park Service who is graciously accommodating us,” stated the church in an announcement.

“Even though our church is finally meeting again, you should feel free in your conscience not to join us if that seems to be the wisest course of action. The sermon audio will be posted on the website following the service as usual.”

The church gathered at Anacostia Park in Southeast D.C. on Sunday morning, with attendees wearing face masks and being socially distanced in keeping with public health recommendations.

Attendees were asked to bring their own Bibles and printed out bulletins.

“Thankful that the Capitol Hill Baptist Church was able to meet in the District again today,” said Pastor Mark Dever on Twitter, including a short video showing people gathering for the service.

The worship service in the park featured a sermon preached by Associate Pastor Bobby Jamieson focused on the nature of civil government.

"It is absolutely appropriate to take stock, to give thanks, to give honor to whom honor is due, to recognize the many blessings that our government continually secures and provides for us," preached Jamieson. 

"The only conditions that justify disobedience to legitimate government authority, legitimate earthly authority are when they either command something God forbids or forbid something God commands."

Last month, the church filed a complaint against D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser and the District in federal court, accusing the local government of violating their religious freedom.

At issue was an executive order by Bowser from March that prohibited religious gatherings indoors or outdoors of over 100 people, which impacted the 850-member Capitol Hill Baptist.

“Meanwhile, Defendants have been discriminatory in their application of the ban on large scale gatherings. For example, on June 6, 2020, Mayor Bowser appeared personally at an outdoor gathering of tens of thousands of people at the corner of 16th and H Streets, NW and delivered a speech describing the large gathering as ‘wonderful to see,’” argued the complaint.

“And only three weeks ago, the Mayor coordinated with organizers of the Commitment March on Washington to ‘re-imagine’ the five-hour event on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial for several thousand people in attendance to hear an array of speakers.”

During the shutdown on large gatherings, Capitol Hill Baptist held worship in neighboring Virginia, which has more lenient restrictions on worship gatherings than D.C.

On Oct. 9, United States District Court Judge Trevor McFadden ruled in favor of the church, concluding that “the District has failed to offer evidence at this stage showing that it has a compelling interest in preventing the Church from meeting outdoors with appropriate precautions.”

“The Church has consistently represented that it will take appropriate precautions such as holding services outdoors, providing for social distancing, and requiring masks,” wrote McFadden.

“As explained, the District has not put forward sufficient evidence showing that prohibiting a gathering with these precautions is necessary to protect the public.”

Justin Sok, another pastor at Capitol Hill Baptist, said in a statement released before the Sunday service that he and the church “continue to appreciate our mayor and her dedicated efforts to protect the public health of our city while balancing the importance of various First Amendment rights.”

“With this ruling, our government is restoring equity by extending to religious gatherings the same protections that have been afforded other similar gatherings during this pandemic,” he stated.

“A church is not a building that can be opened or closed. A church is not an event to be watched. A church is a community that gathers regularly and we are thankful that such communities are once again being treated fairly by our government.”   

P.S. Paul:As a member of Capitol Hill Baptist Church I was thrilled that we are able to meet in the District after being shut out by the Mayor and City Council. Pastor Mark and the Elders have done a terrific job of keeping in touch with the members as well as conducting services adjacent to Del Ray Baptist Church in Alexandria, Va. The struggle is far from over as the Fall and Winter months approach.

Please pray for the pastors and elders as they move forward in.finding a meeting place for our congregation.


《Statement on our efforts to begin gathering again in DC》

Church Gathering

We plan to gather outdoors as a church on Sunday, October 25 at Anacostia Park (1900 Anacostia Dr, Washington, DC 20020) at 3:30pm. Please download the logistics guide and bulletin before you arrive. Masks are required.

Core Seminars

We plan to offer six Core Seminar classes in the church building at 9:30am on Sunday: Membership Matters, Old Testament Overview, Unity and Diversity, How to Grow, Church History, and Biblical Manhood and Womanhood. Please register here if you would like to attend this Sunday.

Wednesday Night

At 7pm this Wednesday in the Main Hall, we have a Q&A with Associate Pastor nominee, Riley Barnes. Please register here if you would like to attend. You can also view a livestream via Zoom here.


Official资料链接:https://www.capitolhillbaptist.org/ 



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作者:beiqian2016 留言时间:2020-10-21 20:59:49

这是一个“Free of government 不受政府约束管制”的例子,虽然教会须服从“法制的管理”。政府也须受法制的约束管制。

教会必须要有勇气,如此智慧也就在此中了。

“敬畏耶和华是智慧的开端,认识之圣者便是聪明”(《箴言第九章第10节)

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