Word that frees did not permit worship

News 3 February, 2018
  • Laurence Houde-Roy

    Saturday, February 3, 2018 01:00

    Saturday, February 3, 2018 01:00

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    The controversial church Word that frees (PQL) and his apostle Patrick Isaac, with the promise of “mégamiracles” and financial success, did not permit a place of worship for exploit of the building where his followers gather every Sunday.

    “If the Centre A. C. T. I. O. N. [in which the church PQL) is a place of worship, he does so illegally, without the knowledge of the district,” said Richard Caron, of the borough of Saint-Léonard.

    The Journal reported this week that a dozen ex-followers say they have been cheated by the apostle Patrick Isaac and his church PQL, what the leaders of the church have denied. The establishment is frequented by stars of showbiz and sport.

    Wholesale gifts

    Witnesses say they have been encouraged to give to the church their first salary of the year and to contribute for lavish gifts, including cars Mercedes and Porsche.

    Each Sunday, the faithful gather in the building valued at$ 2 Million, which houses the businesses of the family of Isaac, worship sessions, coaching through the mentoring business.

    The district indicates that this center has never obtained a permit for a place of worship. He currently holds a license to operate a recording studio and for activities of the organization “.

    Center apostolic

    A search on the church website, PQL, you can see that it claims to be ” a centre apostolic “, ” a meeting based on the Word that frees. Confessing that Jesus Christ is Savior and Lord. “

    Steve Rasier, one of the leaders, said that the Centre does not make application for a permit for a place of worship. “The administration informs me that the Centre A. C. T. I. O. N. is not a religious organization, but incorporation into the lease of rental space to various companies and organizations to mission socio-economic “, we have-t-he writes.

    The borough of Saint-Léonard said he never noticed the presence of apostles or religious celebrations in all 13 inspections to the center, but want to do other checks.