Anti-LGBTQ Indiana church forced out of building

The sign that lead to the Remnant Fellowship Church being evicted. (Photo courtesy of WTPA21)

AUBURN, Ind. — An Indiana church that got attention for an anti-LGBTQ sign is now looking for a new building, according to a local TV station.


An Auburn church with a controversial message on a sign has been forced out of their building.

ABC21 reached a church member by phone Saturday who confirmed the news.

On Wednesday, June 27, Remnant Fellowship Church in Auburn posted a sign reading, “LGBTQ is a hate crime against God. Repent.”

When asked whether or not the church has plans to relocate, the church member had no comment.

ABC21 previously spoke with a pastor of Remnant Fellowship, who said at the time their message is an attempt to “…reach young people and steer them away from a lifestyle they believe is harmful to them.”

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