Los Angeles County Evicts Grace Community Church From Parking Lot

For the past 45 years Grace Community Church has leased a large portion of its parking lot from Los Angeles County.

On Friday the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works terminated that agreement – no doubt in retaliation for the church invoking its Constitutional rights to gather for Sunday worship.

“If Grace fails to vacate the premise as required, the District may enter the premises and remove Grace’s personal property,” the letter said.

The California mega-church was given 30-days to to vacate the property. The church had been paying $8301.41 per month to use the parking lot.

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“Los Angeles County is retaliating against Grace Community Church for simply exercising their constitutionally protected right to hold church and challenging an unreasonable, unlawful health order,” Thomas More Society special counsel Jenna Ellis said in a statement to the Todd Starnes Show. 

“In America, we have a judicial system to ensure that the executive branch does not abuse its power, and Grace Community Church has every right to be heard without fear of reprisal,” she said. “The Democrats’ message to Americans is clear–if you don’t bow to every whim of tyranny, the government will come after you.”

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There’s no word on where church members will be able to park once they are evicted by the county.
“The Church has peacefully held this lease for 45 years and the only reason the County is attempting eviction is because John MacArthur stood up to their unconstitutional power grab,” Ellis said. “This is harassment, abusive, and unconscionable.”
It is indeed harassment and abuse. So here’s what we need you to do: contact the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works.
Mark Pestrella, the director of public works, is responsible for writing the eviction letter. His telephone number is 626-458-7000. His email is mpestrella@pw.lacounty.gov.
James Sparks is the assistant deputy director. His email is jsparks@pw.lacounty.gov. 

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