Carolina Churches Vandalized by Gay Activists

Two churches in Guilford County, North Carolina, were vandalized–presumably by pro-gay activists.

Carl Pulliam, a senior pastor at Bales Memorial Wesleyan Church, couldn’t explain why his church was vandalized.

“I can’t tell you a reason that someone would target this church,” said Pulliam. “Particularly because this is a loving church. This is not a judgment place or a place where someone would ever feel provoked to these kind of acts.”

Damage is estimated to cost more than $10,000, and included a broken church sign, and spray-painted messages on the church doors: “[God] hates you!” and “Gay’s ok!” The church’s bus was also damaged.

Nearby, Grace Baptist Church was targeted with similar graffiti and vandalism–including broken windows and a rainbow painted on the side of the church.

The Guilford County Sheriff’s Department doesn’t know yet for sure whether the incidents are connected, but are continuing to look for suspects.

Regardless, it’s sad that Christian churches have become targets for liberal radicals in the Left’s growing War on Christianity. And it’s even sadder when the congregations targeted are welcoming to everyone.

Candice has almost 20 years of experience reporting for various conservative publications. When she's not writing, she enjoys being outdoors--especially camping, hiking, and hunting. She lives in Harrisburg, PA, with her husband.