Atlanta Church that Only Allows Vaxxed Congregants Tells Parents to “Trick” Teens into Getting Vaccine at Church-hosted Mobile Clinic

Just days after ‘pastor’ William Flippin Sr announced that only vaccinated members were allowed to attend his church he told congregants during the Sunday service that they ought to invite their children to come to church and then trick them once they’re here into getting the vaccine.

Itโ€™s not just proof of vaccination that is required at the Greater Piney Grove Baptist Church in Atlanta. The church, which has 3000 members, has instituted further strict protocols. These include requiring any vaccinated people wanting to attend to pre-register, submit to a temperature check at the door, wear a mask at all times, and sign waivers attesting that they never got COVID at church.

The church is also only allowing 200 people at a time to attend, and those attending must social distance 6 feet away. With the new policies in place, the church has terminated staff who refuse to get vaccinated, declining their request for a personal or religious exemption, Furthermore, children under the age of 12 who have not been vaccinated have been prohibited from entering and must watch the live stream from home.

Apparently, the pastor believes it is acceptable to lie to your children if it means getting them the shot, using church as a bait and switch. During his August 15th message he explained:

I want to just beg, please, with these younger people, particularly, to please get the vaccine. I guess they don’t listen to the news. The news says that over 90 percent of hospitalizations are persons who have not been vaccined. It didn’t say just young folk, it didn’t say white folk.

I was alarmed this week when Deacon Henderson sent me a little flyer, I don’t know if Patrick has it, that 56 percent of African-Americans in the nation have been vaccinated. I’m just shocked. I thought it would be much higher than that.

So, play this for your children who won’t get the vaccine. If you would get it, no more than for your mother, your grandmother, your grandparents, your elderly relatives, do it for them.

Somebody say “amen,” please. Do it for them. Amen. I have lived long enough to get the measles shot, the flu shot, the shingles shot, the pneumonia shot, this shot and that shot, and I ain’t dead. Say amen. And that I told my wife, Deacon Bell, said if something’s wrong with the vaccine, I’d rather not know I’m gonna die this year. I got maybe 10, 12 years on it. Somebody say, come on y’all, talk to me. Have some sense. Praise the Lord. We just have to trust that, if you will.

We are so serious about this that next week, when we have our community day, giving out bookbags and what have you, we are prayerful that we will have a truck, a mobile clinic here, for anybody to get their vaccines. Say amen. We’re gonna canvass the neighborhood, I want people to stand out with boards on the interstate saying, “Get your vaccine.” Say amen. So please, if you have some crazy children like I do, trick ’em and say you need a ride to church. And once you’re here, you say, “Now, you’re going in there. Do you hear me?” Amen. Tell ’em there’s something there for ’em. Praise the Lord.

Nothing problematic there at all.

h/t to @wokepreachertv for the vid and transcript

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11 thoughts on “Atlanta Church that Only Allows Vaxxed Congregants Tells Parents to “Trick” Teens into Getting Vaccine at Church-hosted Mobile Clinic

  1. 2 Thess 2:3 Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first

  2. Preacher, you might want to ignore the mainstream media and do your own research. If you do, you might just discover the fact that healthy young people are more likely to die or be permanently disabled from taking the vaccine than they are from getting the virus.

    The only thing this so-called vaccine does is possibly reduce the severity of the symptoms should you get the virus, and it won’t even do that in all cases, particularly where variants are concerned. And that’s it. It does not stop one from getting the virus, and it does not stop the virus from spreading. Each person has the right to decide whether or not they take it, to research for themselves and to weigh whether or not they stand better chances with the vaccine vs the virus, and that decision can only affect them and them alone.

    The more the powers that be keep lying about it, censoring everyone who doesn’t fall in line, and trying to coerce or force people into taking it, pushing this “papers please” mess, the far less likely I am to remotely consider complying. That alone is reason enough. I’ll take my chances with any virus, no matter how deadly, before I’ll sell myself or my posterity into slavery.

    1. Except in the case of children, of course. Where children are concerned, it’s the parents’ decision, and also the parents’ obligation to do the research, fulfilling the responsibility that God has given them, to make the best informed decision for their children. And children have an obligation to obey their parents.

      1. These same wolves want children to be able to get birth control and abortion without parental consent.

        1. Yes, and indoctrinate them to believe they’re a different gender, prescribe them life-altering medications, mutilate their bodies, etc. They basically want children to be wards of the state.

  3. Why is it black pastors are the most spiritual, wise and holy? Iโ€™m in awe. Listen to this pastor, dummies!! Stop murdering people and get the vax, or else! ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ฑ๐Ÿณ๏ธโ€๐ŸŒˆ๐Ÿณ๏ธโ€โšง๏ธ

    1. You mess with my children, sodomite, and you’ll learn something about “or else.” A virus would be the least of your worries.

  4. The signing off of church liability is EXACTLY what I have said this has all been about for all businesses – scared of being sued. Can you imagine the personal injury lawyers salivating off of the sidelines ready to run the ads stating “Did _______ give you COVID?”

  5. I wonder if he wants to talk about the $136,457 PP money he got to keep tax free and not having to pay back a dime. Wonder how much his salary is and how type of car he drives. Says the church has 35 employees which means it would average pay of $3899/year which would be baloney. Bet their record books are complete fiction.

  6. He would be a person, like a Pharisee, walking pass an injured person that needs help, but he would ask them if theyโ€™re vaxxed first, if not, he would keep walking

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