Daily News Brief for Monday, April 12, 2021
Statement regarding Sunday, April 11 protest near Grace Life Church grounds
POSTED ON: APRIL 11, 2021
On behalf of Grace Life Church, we would like to state the following:
Grace Life Church appreciates the public outpouring of support to fully open churches in Alber. Grace Life Church congregants were not at the protest that occurred on Sunday, April 11, 2021 near the Church’s facility. Grace Life Church recognizes the place for peaceful protest within the context of a democracy.
Grace Life Church has no control of our Church or grounds at this time. The Church grounds are fully under the responsibility and control of the RCMP and Alberta Health Services. The closing of the Grace Life facility has understandably resulted in significant public outrage and caused even larger crowds to gather in one place. Albertans have a constitutional right to assemble, associate, and worship. By taking the measures the government has, while the matter is still pending before the Courts, the Alberta Government has created an even more divisive situation.
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