Pastor, 74, who founded largest Christian music festival in the country is arrested for ‘sexually assaulting at least four children over 16 years’

Friday, December 15, 2017
By Paul Martin

Pastor Harry L. Thomas, 74, pleaded not guilty Tuesday in Medford, New Jersey
Prosecutors say he sexually assaulted four children from 1999 to 2015
Thomas co-founded the Creation Festival, an annual Christian music fest
Church leaders say allegations are ‘unrelated to his roles in these ministries’

By KEITH GRIFFITH
DAILYMAIL.COM
15 December 2017

A pastor who co-founded what claims to be the largest Christian music festival in the country has been charged with multiple sexual assaults on children allegedly spanning over a decade.

Reverend Harry L. Thomas, 74, of Medford, New Jersey pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to charges including aggravated sexual assault, sexual assault and endangering the welfare of a child.

Thomas had been the pastor at Come Alive Church in Medford since 1983, and co-founded the Creation Festival, an annual Christian music event held in both Pennsylvania and Washington state.

In statements, the church and festival both said that Thomas had been suspended indefinitely, and that ‘the allegations are unrelated to his roles in these ministries’.

Prosecutors say that the alleged sexual assaults took place between 1999 and 2015.

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One Response to “Pastor, 74, who founded largest Christian music festival in the country is arrested for ‘sexually assaulting at least four children over 16 years’”

  1. Strayhorse

    WHEN are ALL the FEMALE sexual harassers, abusers, and rapists GOING TO BE IDENTIFIED AND ASKED TO RESIGN FROM THEIR POSITIONS OF LEADERSHIP?

    #3508745

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