JP Miller Church sprays protesters with water sprinker

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David Hucks is a 12th generation descendant of the area we now call Myrtle Beach, S.C. David attended Coastal Carolina University and like most of his family, has never left the area. David is the lead journalist at

The JP Miller Church, Solid Rock Community Church, sprayed protesters with a sprinkler attached to a water hose Sunday, June 30th.

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A white haired church member sprayed the water directly into protestors faces. The church is located in Market Common in downtown Myrtle Beach.

Myrtle Beach Police responded to the incident. Several protesters filed assault charges against the church member.

In April, Mica Miller, John-Paul Miller’s wife, committed suicide, according to NC police. Protests have been held against the church and its former pastor since June.

Controversial Pastor J.P. Miller told local media, “These people are not protesting. Solid Rock believes in the right to protest. These people are pagans who are trying to stop Christian’s from worshipping. They slander, they speak evil lies, they take pictures of children, and they wear masks while standing in front of parishioners who try to enter and leave the house of the Lord. These vicious pagans stand in the streets, use illegal blow horns, and laugh at the city police because the city is doing nothing to stop them from harassing Christians who simply want to worship together for one hour.”

Miller took no responsibility for how his actions in the events proceeding Mica’s suicide contribute to these protests.

In most circumstances, Church leadership would likely have relieved JP Miller of his current Pastoral duties. However, Solid Rock Church is owned by Miller himself and not the church body, nor a denomination.

Under those circumstances, Miller is accountable to himself and God.

It is unclear, at this time, if Miller is aware of his accountability to the Lord of the Universe.

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