Drag Queen Prayer Hour Makes a Mockery of the Church

28 December 2021

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A pastor in drag held a children’s service, indoctrinating them into gender-fluid ideology. This is the inversion of Christian worship, which is meant to be centred on God, not humans and their sexual proclivities.

St Luke’s Lutheran Church of Logan Square in Chicago recently had a “Drag Queen Prayer Hour,” where a newly ordained pastor in a dress and wig led a service for children. The pastor, Aaron Musser, said:

“Today, we consider what it might be like to have a dress for the kind of joy awaiting us on the other side of Advent.”

The Post Millennial reports:

“‘I have an awesome story to share with you today,” Musser told the children, flipping his long blonde hair off his shoulders. He asked the children if they’d ever seen a drag queen before, and they had not. He offered surprise at this fact.

‘I am also a boy most of the time when I’m here,’ he told them, ‘but today,’ he said, flipping his hair back and forth, ‘I’m a girl.’ After reading, he led a prayer.”

Ruth Institute President Dr Jennifer Roback Morse, PhD, commented, “This is grooming.”

“The Sexual Revolutionaries seem to be daring us to say something,” she added.

“So, I’ll say something. This is wrong. If a man needs to put on a dress in order to be joyful, he is not well.”

“Anyone leading a prayer service should not be calling attention to himself. He should be calling attention to God. This man in a dress, in front of an altar, talking to small children about his feelings and how beautiful he is, is in every way, calling attention to himself. He is diverting attention from God and God’s truth.”

“Clearly, Aaron Musser rejects God and God’s creation, in favour of himself and his self-creation. This group of people that calls themselves a Christian congregation, in a building they call a church, has made a mockery of God, His church and His people.”

The Ruth Institute has opposed Drag Queen Story Hour in libraries and transgender indoctrination in children’s television. The Institute also has a Transgender Resource Center with more information.

Morse added:

“Some who hear of this travesty might say, ‘Oh, how cute.’ The proper response should be: ‘Oh, how sad. Oh, how sick. Oh, how blasphemous.’”


Originally published at The Ruth Institute. Photo by cottonbro from Pexels.

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  1. Susan Kelly 7 January 2022 at 3:25 pm - Reply

    As a pastor he has a lot higher judgement on him when he stands before our king we need to pray Gods conviction so he does not meet the Lord in this way. God forgive him and pray theses little children have parents that show the wrong in this. How we meet the Lord is life and death. God bless you for speaking his truth to a very sick world🙋‍♀️

  2. Kaylene Emery 7 January 2022 at 5:41 pm - Reply

    This may be a bit harsh, a bit crass…but don’t you think men make really really ugly women ?

    • Kaylene Emery 7 January 2022 at 10:33 pm - Reply

      I am still too angered by this to articulate a more comprehensive response so I had best leave it to others.

    • Kaylene Emery 11 January 2022 at 9:52 pm - Reply

      I am sorry to have posted such a thoughtless n trite comment about something so devastating , for everyone involved. Please excuse my childish outburst.

  3. Gloria Delahunty 7 January 2022 at 9:54 pm - Reply

    How sickening. What an affront to God and His word. This man should not be grooming children in the church or anywhere else, I hope the parents took their children and left.

  4. Evelyn Jones 11 January 2022 at 4:29 pm - Reply

    I hope the children who Pastor Aaron Musser “preached to” forget this drag-queen event entirely. Let us pray that they do. Or their parents find them asking so many questions that they take them to another church with more traditional beliefs.

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