was released after a judge agreed to let him out as long as he abides by a now-amended May 6 injunction order issued by AHS.
was arrested in front of his family and then jailed on Sunday, May 16, after holding an indoor church service that went against the provincial government’s rules.
Stephens and his church have for months been under surveillance by AHS, the Calgary Police Service, and city bylaw officers because they have not bowed to government rules limiting worship congregation size and mandate masks. Additionally, Fairview Baptist was visited on multiple occasions by AHS and police.
tweeted Stephens with a photo of the AHS closure order.