We Shall Be Armed During Church Services – Texas Pastor Says

A south Texas pastor said he plans to carry a handgun when he preaches in the wake of the Sutherland Springs church massacre.

Pastor Jaime Chapa of El Faro Bible Church in Sullivan City, Texas said his church will be armed when he preaches to his small congregation.
There will be armed men [licensed] persons at all times at every service.
“Nobody needs to know who they are, but our church will be protected.” He said.
Booking.com Chapa said the decision was necessary after hearing about the attack at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs on Sunday morning, which left 26 people dead, including an unborn child, and at least 20 others injured.

“What happened in Sutherland will not ever happen in our church, because this was not supposed to happen.” The pastor said.
Authorities said the alleged gunman, Devin Patrick Kelley, was wrongly able to purchase firearms after the Air Force failed to report his domestic violence court-martial to an FBI database

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