Allegedly Darryl Brister Needs More Money to Clear Houston Church Debt?
NOTE: This statement above is a comment from our prior article on Bishop Darryl Brister and we do not know the validity of the statement. It is only used to point out concerns of an alleged request for payments on debts from members.
In one of our prior articles, we discussed how Houston Church members told local news that their church, Beacon Light International Cathedral of Houston, TX was now closed . A week before, Bishop Darryl Brister made his announcement that he was going to spend 100 percent of his time at his New Orleans church location and that Sunday was the last service for the Houston Beacon Light church members.
Church Builders Say Beacon Light Church Used Them in God’s Name
Back in May, Bishop Darryl Brister of Beacon Light Church of Houston and New Orleans, closed down the Houston church location and many members were concerned about their ‘designated gift’ they gifted to the church for a building fund.
Bishop Darryl Brister’s Church Official Responds to Church Members In Houston
We have been contacted by several of Bishop Darryl Brister’s former members of his now closed Beacon Light International Cathedral of Houston, TX. Over a week ago, Bishop Darryl Brister made his announcement that he was going to spend 100 percent of his time at his New Orleans church location and that Sunday was the last service for the Houston Beacon Light church members.
Bishop Darryl Brister Closes Houston Church Unbeknownst to Church Members
The pastor of a church in the center of a half-million-dollar lawsuit is moving back to New Orleans, and parishioners at his Stafford church want to know what that means for their money.
According to parishioners, Bishop Darryl Brister announced Sunday that God wanted him to focus 100 percent on the New Orleans church. That service would be the last at the Beacon of Light church in Houston.
Parishioners wondered about the assets poured into the Stafford church. An Infiniti KPRC Local 2 spotted parked outside is registered to the church. Darryl Brister’s home in Sienna Plantation is worth more than $500,000.