The ministry said in a Facebook post:
“As always, we want Wesley to be a safe and secure place for everyone,” he wrote. “This hate crime goes against everything we believe in, and we want our LGBTQ + community to know that we always love, support and accept it.
Wesley’s minister, Brett Gresham, told CNN that this was the third time flags had been flown in recent weeks. Gresham said he was not sure if it was a person or people, but the Blacksburg Police Department and the university were instrumental in apprehending the perpetrators.
“We want to be a community of people who can understand and understand by faith or question or doubt,” Grace said.
The ministry has asked anyone with information to contact the Blackberg Police Department. Grace said police hope to find out who is doing this peace of mind and prevent anyone from doing it again.
He contacted the Blackberg police department for comment, but he has not yet been heard.
The statement said: “Such events remind us that the journey to justice and social justice is a long and arduous one in our society and across the country. Our community’s strong and immediate response to this event will give us confidence in the culture we are building and a shared commitment to our vision.
Wesley was not the only organization to be hit by such a catastrophe. Removing the flag remains a problem, Gresham said.
“Carrying a flag is just a small act,” said Susan Kurtz, executive director of Hill Tech in Virginia. , Told WSLS.