Harvest Church Church: The church in Texas that’s been a focus of controversy
The Harvest Church is a faith-based Christian congregation that’s held to a strict interpretation of the Bible.
The church’s motto is “Hear God in every word.”
The church is located in the city of Dallas, Texas.
Last week, the church posted a video to YouTube claiming it had seen a man who had been arrested by the Dallas Police Department, saying that the police were using the man’s name.
“The church will be holding a press conference soon that will discuss the actions taken by the officers in their pursuit of the man who was arrested in their custody,” the church stated.
The video, which was uploaded to the church’s Facebook page in May, showed the arrest video being taken.
“We will be speaking with the officer who is arrested and the family members of the victim of the arrest to offer our sincere support,” the video stated.
In addition to the video, the website also posted a photo of a sign posted to the front door of the church.
The website of the Harvest Church.
Screenshot of Facebook post showing arrest video taken.
In a statement, the Dallas police department confirmed the arrest of the suspect in the video and released a statement on Monday saying the arrest was not related to the investigation of the alleged crime.
The church has denied that it has been involved in any crime.
According to the Texas Department of Public Safety, police in Dallas and Garland, Texas, began investigating the video in May after a man was arrested for allegedly assaulting another man.
Police said in a statement that the video showed a man “attacking another man, striking a woman and then throwing a glass bottle at a second man.”
The video was then posted to Facebook by the church in May.
The video has since been removed from the church website.
According for the church, the man in the arrest scene in Garland was also arrested for “unlawful use of a weapon” and “obstruction.”
The church also said that the arrest did not reflect the “whole church.”
The Dallas Police department did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Fox News.