Father Jesus, 42, says he had his name legally changed in September. He wants the Planning Commission to designate a lot in North Gulfport for church use so he can build a castle for the religion he founded, The Saints of the Most High.
Father Jesus, 42, says he had his name legally changed in September. He wants the Planning Commission to designate a lot in North Gulfport for church use so he can build a castle for the religion he founded, The Saints of the Most High. Anita Lee calee@sunherald.com
Father Jesus, 42, says he had his name legally changed in September. He wants the Planning Commission to designate a lot in North Gulfport for church use so he can build a castle for the religion he founded, The Saints of the Most High. Anita Lee calee@sunherald.com

Residents tell Gulfport officials what they think about church proposed by Father Jesus

March 22, 2018 05:53 PM