Atheist Group Asks IRS To Strip Tax-Exempt Status from Megachurch After Political Endorsement From Pulpit

(Protestia) The Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF) is asking the IRS to remove the tax-exempt status from Calvary Chapel Chino Hills church after Senior pastor Jack Hibbs seemingly made a political endorsement of former MLB player Steve Garvey to the California Senate from the pulpit, a violation of their 501(c)(3) status. In a letter sent to the IRS they explain:

On Sunday, February 25, 2024, Pastor Jack Hibbs once again used his Sunday service to endorse a political candidate, telling his congregation to “vote for Steve Garvey” in the upcoming CA primary.

I want to publicly right now, today, encourage all of you to vote for Steve Garvey. You gotta vote for Steve Garvey. It’s against the law for me to, I just remembered it’s against the law for me to say that in the pulpit so…

He then stepped away from the pulpit before continuing: View article →


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