Activists, journalists, and a school board official mounted pressure against a restaurant facility in Boulder, Colorado, for allowing a conservative evangelical church to rent the company’s space for worship services.
The Well Church, a congregation in Boulder with roughly 250 members and attendees, drew the attention of the local activists for sermons which affirm the immutability of manhood and womanhood, as well as the reality of marriage between one man and one woman. Online discussion surrounding the church’s doctrine bled into The Daily Camera, one of the primary local newspapers in Boulder, where a guest opinion piece provided readers with the date and time for the church’s recent Easter egg hunt at a local courthouse lawn.
Labeling the congregation “divisive,” “misogynistic,” and a potential “hate group” for
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