Evangelical group planning Pride infiltration scrubs all mentions from website, social media


After a report last week by TheColu.mn, an evangelical group that was planning to infiltrate Twin Cities Pride in order to convince members of the LGBT community to leave the “lifestyle” has scrubbed all mentions of its plans from its website and social media.

Trinity Works, which was planning “Humility 2014,” an evangelical outreach targeting members of the LGBT community at Twin Cities Pride, has pulled all videos from its Youtube account and the group’s Facebook page has disappeared.

Mentions of the plan to set up safe houses to funnel converts have disappeared, and documents related to the Humility 2014 outreach that the group was planning have been scrubbed from the group’s website.

“Recon” reports generated during the five years the group has been planning the outreach have been deleted.

A sermon that Trinity Works founder Steven Uggen gave at Bethany Church detailing the group’s plans has been scrubbed from that church’s website.

Trinity Works has not responded to a request for comment by TheColu.mn.

TheColu.mn captured a number of those documents which can be viewed below.

Audio of Uggen at Bethany Church:

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