Pastors planned to ignore Governor’s rules on Sunday

MURRIETA (CNS) - Hundreds of clergy throughout California, including several in Riverside County, announced plans to openly disregard Gov. Gavin Newsom's recommended cap on in-person worship services on Sunday, May 31, welcoming as many parishioners as they desire into houses of worship as part of a declaration of religious liberty.There was no indication on a quick review of social media accounts relating to the churches that determined whether or not they had opened or not.  "Restaurants have no stated occupancy limitation but simply require that guests at tables be separated by six feet,'' said Robert Tyler, attorney and president of Murrieta-based Advocates for Faith & Freedom. ``Additionally, large stores continue operating without being limited in their occupancy from t
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