California Pastor Using ‘Holy Hologram’ Delivers Sunday Sermon to Church in New Zealand

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The president of the NHCLC recently delivered a Sunday morning sermon to worshippers at a church in New Zealand . . . a 3D hologram let church members see him.

One California pastor recently delivered a Sunday morning sermon to worshippers at a church in New Zealand, even though he wasn’t physically there. Just like in the movies and on television, a 3D image let church members see him. 

Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, senior pastor at New Season Christian Worship Center in Sacramento, California, addressed congregants at City Impact Church on July 4th by way of a hologram. 

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An American pastor delivered a message at a church through a technology that makes it appear he was there but actually absent.

Rev. Samuel Rodriguez of New Season Christian Worship Center in California was invited by Pastor Peter Mortlock of City Impact Church in New Zealand to preach for his congregation. Mortlock desired to have Rodriguez in the church but was hampered by pandemic restrictions. And did not want to stream either, so they proceeded to utilize holography instead.

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