Hillsong chief’s daughter issues scathing message after megachurch’s wild youth camp sparked outrage

The daughter of Hillsong founder Brian Houston has attacked media outlets and urged followers to ‘turn off the news’ after the religious group’s wild youth party caused outrage across Australia.

Laura Toggs, one of Houston’s two children, is a pastor of Hillsong’s ‘youth ministry’ with her husband, Peter.

She and her husband are believed to be key organisers of the recent youth camp at Newcastle, NSW where hundreds of attendees were captured on video singing and dancing without wearing masks inside a large tent while a band performed onstage.

The vision sparked a huge national backlash, the camp taking place days after changes to public health orders took effect which banned singing and dancing at music festivals and forcing the cancellation of other outdoor music events.

Hillsong Church later apologised for ‘the ‘perception that we were not playing our part to keep NSW safe … we sincerely apologise to the community at large.’  

Laura Toggs (left) pictured with her father, Hillsong found Brian Houston (right)

Laura Toggs (left) pictured with her…

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