‘We were helping vulnerable people, but I was made to feel like a criminal’

10 December 2021

Prosecutors have dropped their case against a female pastor who was handed £16,000 in fines for holding a church service for vulnerable people in a pub car park.

Speaking to BBC Radio Nottingham, Pastor Chizumie Dyer, who has been supported by the Christian Legal Centre, said: “We were helping vulnerable, suicidal people. We were changing lives… but I was made to feel like a criminal. I was treated like one.”

Learn more: https://christianconcern.com/news/victory-as-16000-fine-for-car-park-church-ministry-thrown-out/

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