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Far-right pastor files lawsuit against Spokane

Far-right pastor Sean Feucht filed a lawsuit against Spokane and City Council members over their criticism of the former mayor's appearance at his anti-LGBTQ event. He alleges religious discrimination and is seeking damages.

Traveling anti-queer pastor Sean Feucht announces lawsuit against Spokane

Learn about the $2 million lawsuit Sean Feucht plans to file against the City of Spokane for their alleged attack on Christians.

Zach Williams Meets the Christian Nationalist Redemption Machine

The story of Sean Feucht, Zach Williams and a stolen guitar is a story of marketing masquerading as testimony, where facts are less important than God’s truth. 

In Divisive Decision City Council Denounces Mayor for Attendance at ‘Let Us Worship’ Event

The Spokane City Council voted 4-3 Monday night in favor of denouncing Mayor Nadine Woodward for her appearance onstage with Matt Shea and Sean Feucht at the controversial “Let Us Worship” event she attended just over a month ago.

Christians Protest Woodward’s Possible Censure by Spokane City Council

About 50 Christians stood in front of City Hall during Sept. 11’s City Council meeting to protest an upcoming resolution to censure Mayor Nadine Woodward for her participation three weeks ago at a Sean Feucht “Let Us Worship” rally where she prayed with controversial pastor Matt Shea.

Letter to the Editor: Civic Leaders Must Reject Christian Nationalism and White Supremacy

As Faith Leaders and Leaders of Conscience of Eastern Washington and North Idaho, we are disturbed at the recent presence of Mayor Nadine Woodward at the “Let Us Worship” rally where she was on stage with Sean Feucht and Matt Shea.

Woodward Releases Vague Statement About Attending Christian Nationalist Worship Event

Spokane City Mayor Nadine Woodward made a statement Monday morning explaining her presence at Sunday night’s “Let Us Worship” event. She was invited onstage to be prayed for by former Washington State legislator turned pastor, Matt Shea, and self-identified Christian nationalist, Sean Feucht.

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