Part 1: Lack of Religious Freedom in Canada – Interview with Pastor Henry Hildebrandt


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In March of 2020, Canadian government officials were announcing to Canadians that two weeks would be needed to flatten the COVID curve. This sounded reasonable, and upon these announcements, Pastor Henry Hildebrandt of the Church of God complied with these orders. He shut down his church in Aylmer, Ontario. However, after two weeks had passed, he began to notice anomalies in his community and in Canada’s largest cities: places like McDonald’s and Walmart were open while all small businesses were forced to shut down. All “non-essential services”, including churches, were ordered to close. Things were not making sense to Pastor Hildebrandt. How could eating in a fast-food restaurant be essential but following one’s faith not? In part 1 of his interview with Barry Bussey, Pastor Hildebrandt describes how his and churches across the country were unfairly treated; he describes his creative solution of reaching his congregants and how the governments’ strategies to divide and manipulate the public had the surprising opposite effect on him and his congregation.

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Next week in Part 2, Pastor Hildebrandt tells Barry about his experiences with government during the pandemic and the court cases he’s involved in. Check out Pastor Hildebrandt’s information links below:


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