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Indiana church booted from building after posting anti-LGBT sign

The Hill logo The Hill 7/7/2018 Avery Anapol

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An Indiana church has been kicked out of its building after posting a sign that said "LGBTQ is a hate crime."

A member of Remnant Fellowship Church in Auburn confirmed to ABC-affiliate WPTA21 that they had been forced out, following reports that the church appeared to have vacated the building.

The church placed the sign, reading, "LGBTQ is a hate crime against God. Repent," outside the church late last month, sparking backlash.

The church member declined to comment to WPTA on whether they had plans to relocate. The church also appears to have deleted its Facebook page, where it previously defended the sign.

A pastor told WPTA that the church placed the sign in an effort to "reach young people and steer them away from a lifestyle they believe is harmful to them."

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