After the pastor posted the almost five-minute-long video on his Facebook page, a video of Pawlowski screaming at a group of police officers who had interrupted the church crowd went viral.

The police are masked and poised to execute the worship service’s termination during the Christian calendar’s holiest days.

Pastor Artur Pawlowski, in response to their entering, says, “Please get out, get out of this property immediately get out.”

Pawlowski, the pastor of The Cave of Adullam, an evangelical church, got louder: “Get out of this property immediately. Out! I don’t want—out of this property immediately! I don’t want to hear a word. Out! Out of this property immediately until you come back with a warrant.”

One officer says, “I just want to see—”

Pawlowski, on the other hand, shouts her down, “Out! Out! Out of this property!” The officer refuses to budge and proceeds to make her case. Pawlowski won’t tolerate it.

“Out! Immediately go out!” He says. “And don’t come back. I don’t want to talk to you. Not another word. Out of this property.”

“Gestapo is not allowed here!” He yells at the officers. “Immediately get out!” The officers continue to try to make their point that the service needs to be shut down to comply with provincial health orders. The officers move for the exit while the lead officer continues to try to be heard.

“I don’t care what you have to say,” Pawlowski says. “Out! Out! Out of this property, you Nazis!” He repeatedly tells the police to “get out of this property immediately.” He labels the officers “Nazis,” saying, “Gestapo is not allowed here.”

“If you don’t have a warrant, please leave.” another church member asks. “The Gestapo is not allowed here!” says Pastor Pawlowski. The officers form a ring around the church’s main entrance.

Check out this video posted by Artur Pawlowski on Sunday from a church in Calgary, where he seemed to be conducting a Passover service, which this year falls on the same day as Easter. His video begins with him questioning several police officers, accompanied by what seems to be a city worker … and things quickly escalate.

Finally, the officers agree to go, and Pawlowski exclaims, “Out, Nazi,” as they walk away. “Nazis are not welcome here—Out—And don’t come back without a warrant. Do not come back without a warrant; you understand that? You are not welcome here.”

Artur Pawlowski TV/YouTube Screenshot

“Nazis are not welcome here. Gestapo is not welcome here. Do not come back, you Nazi psychopaths.”

When the officers depart, Pawlowski talks into the video, saying, coming to intimidate Christians during the holiest festival—unbelievable, what is with those sick psychopaths, it’s beyond me.”

Officers entered the church and demanded that people leave the worship service because indoor meetings were banned in the area. According to the Justice Center for Constitutional Freedoms, pastors have been imprisoned for conducting church services in violation of provincial health restrictions.

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