A Jersey Shore pastor stuck to his message Sunday demanding his fellow church leaders cut Facebook out of their married lives.
The Reverend Cedric Miller told his nearly 300-member congregation at the Living Word Christian Fellowship Church in Neptune Township that he believes there’s been a growing trend among the couples he counsels, where partners are cheating on their spouses after reconnecting with old loves on the social networking site. The pastor urged married church leaders to permanently sign off of Facebook or resign. During the nearly hour long Sunday service, Miller also touched on recent reports of an extramarital affair that he had with a church worker ten years ago, saying that most of his congregants already knew about the old news that he admitted to in the past. He apologized for his actions and said he’d gladly resign if fellow leaders thought he was unfit to run the church.