"Sean Feucht performing in Seattle, Washington" by Sean Feucht / CC BY 3.0

Sean Feucht’s ‘finale’ worship protest on the National Mall included more politics than usual

Oct 27, 2020

By Jack Jenkins

Christian musician Sean Feucht held a politically charged concert in front of thousands on the National Mall Sunday night (Oct. 25), framing his performance as a protest against restrictions on churches but also voicing opposition to abortion and celebrating the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Throngs of worshipers braved colder temperatures and drizzles of rain in the nation’s capital, though the crowd appeared to fall short of the 15,000 people organizers had expected.

Nevertheless, neither the crowd nor Feucht appeared deterred by the weather at the event, where politics took centerstage alongside praise songs and preaching.

Billed as the culmination of Feucht’s nationwide “Let Us Worship” tour, the concert was originally focused on voicing frustration with restrictions on houses of worship during the pandemic. His performances have frequently featured large crowds singing in tight groups without masks, flouting local guidelines and the recommendations of health experts who note several outbreaks of COVID-19 have happened during worship services.

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One comment on “Sean Feucht’s ‘finale’ worship protest on the National Mall included more politics than usual”

  • From the article above:

    Billed as the culmination of Feucht’s nationwide “Let Us Worship” tour, 

    Well! Praise the Lord for that, I say! The end (of the tour) is near! 😀

    Clearly. the inmates are running the asylum.


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