LOS ANGELES, Calif., Oct. 20, 2021 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — This isn’t your normal church bake sale, more like “Baked Sale.” Temple420.org tries a unique membership drive method. Hoping that people would gravitate towards their message of hope in the End Times and join the organization less than 100 people subscribed to their YouTube channel. The for-profit church has yet to sell many NFTs as hoped. Now, they are trying gifting cannabis to new members.
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| From: Temple420.org
LOS ANGELES, Calif., Oct. 13, 2021 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — “I think it is the church’s job to look out for our follower’s spiritual and financial well-being during this challenging time of global upheaval and Let’s Go Brandon! Temple 420 shares what we sincerely think and hopefully, the lives of people who listen to us are better for it,” says Temple 420 founder Craig X Rubin.
Temple 420, cannabis sanctuary, censored on social media after Joe Rogan posts Freedom speech to Twitter
| From: Temple420.org
LOS ANGELES, Calif., Oct. 7, 2021 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — The only known church Joe Rogan attended as an adult suddenly experienced censorship after he posted a Freedom video to Twitter. “Joe was at the physical Temple twice before attending the very first service with Eddie Bravo and Kevin Booth,” said founder Craig X Rubin. “Having only 23 followers on YouTube we didn’t expect to be censored. We’re not sure if it has something to do with us mentioning Joe, or just a sign of the times.”
Hollywood Judeo-Christian Cannabis Church Forced to Close; Arrested Reverend Claims Civil and Religious Rights Violated
| From: Craig X Rubin
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — ‘Churches and Temples are no longer safe in America,’ says Reverend Craig X Rubin of Temple 420, who was arrested November 8, 2006, at his religious establishment by over one dozen heavily armed officers of the LAPD. ‘If they can do this to us, they can do it to any church that the government disagrees with.’ The Reverend known for his reoccurring role on Showtime’s hit series ‘Weeds’ said arresting officers did not treat Temple clergymen as required by California Penal Codes 1524 and 1525.