New Minister Threatens 73-Year-Old Chaplain for Refusing to Take Off ‘Offensive’ Cross, Then Things Take a Radical Turn

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U.K. Chaplain Derek Timms found purpose and meaning in being a part of the staff of the Marie Curie Hospice in Solihull, England.

Truly he would have been well equipped to minister to those in the hospice care center, given the fact he knew one of the most painful losses a person can ever experience — the passing of his wife.

The 73-year-old former businessman experienced that loss in early 2022.

Since Timms is a Christian chaplain, he liked to wear a cross, according to Christian Concern.

For him, it was both a symbol of his faith and a memorial to his late wife and their Christian marriage.

So Timms would wear a small cross necklace as well as a tiny cross pin that was attached to his badge.

This particular cross pin, which was all of approximately a half-inch, contained some of his late wife’s ashes, according to Christian Today.

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