Planned Parenthood, the Apex predator of the baby-killing world, has filed a lawsuit against “The Church at Planned Parenthood,” (TCAPP) a non-denominational, ecumenical gathering comprised of multiple church congregations that gather weekly outside the doors of the abortion giant’s clinic for a service of worship, prayers, preaching, and rallying cries to get involved in ending abortion.
A relatively new movement, the pro-life ministry describes itself as “NOT a protest. It’s a worship service at the gates of Hell. The Church at Planned Parenthood is a gathering of Christians for the worship of God and the corporate prayer for repentance for this nation, repentance for the apathetic church and repentance of our blood-guiltiness in this abortion holocaust.” They have services in several cities, including Spokane, Indianapolis, and Oklahoma City, with more on the way.
As a result, Planned Parenthood is suing TCAPP and alleging that they are bullying and terrorizing them with their noisy singing and loud demonstrations, saying they have interfered with their ability to perform “medical treatments” and have scared and intimidated staff and patients procuring services. The lawsuit seeks damages and a permanent injunction to prevent TCAPP from gathering.
Karl Eastlund, a chief executive with Planned Parenthood said in a statement. “These are not protesters – they are bullies who are trying to take away care from young women, men, the LGBTQ community and Black, Indigenous, people of color in Spokane.”
The Church at Planned Parenthood, for their part, says they have absolutely no intention of backing down and stopping services, with the American Center for Law and Justice firm agreeing to defend TCAPP’s leaders from the lawsuit.
Ken Peters, one of the founding pastors who has led TCCAP from its inception, has stated about the whole affair: