“Let Us Worship” and “Hold The Line” founder Sean Feucht posted images on Instagram and YouTube Saturday morning (Dec. 31) showing his followers that the church he was scheduled to perform at on New Year’s Eve was vandalized with explicit graffiti. Feucht says the vandalism was due to his upcoming performance.
Feucht performed at City View Church in San Diego, California, at 9 P.M. on New Year’s Eve. He stated that police are investigating the vandalism as a hate crime.
“Last night, bigots spread hate and violence at a church where we are holding a New Year’s Eve event in San Diego,” Feucht wrote in his Saturday post. “The police are investigating it as a hate crime. The enemy making the age old (sic) mistake. Persecuting the Church won’t stop the gospel, it’ll spark a wildfire.”