In this July 2015 photo, First Church of Cannabis Founder Bill Levin gestures after smoking a legal "sacrament substitute" during the church's first service. An Indiana judge has ruled against the church's lawsuit that sought to offer its members marijuana as a holy sacrament.
In this July 2015 photo, First Church of Cannabis Founder Bill Levin gestures after smoking a legal "sacrament substitute" during the church's first service. An Indiana judge has ruled against the church's lawsuit that sought to offer its members marijuana as a holy sacrament. Michael Conroy Associated Press
In this July 2015 photo, First Church of Cannabis Founder Bill Levin gestures after smoking a legal "sacrament substitute" during the church's first service. An Indiana judge has ruled against the church's lawsuit that sought to offer its members marijuana as a holy sacrament. Michael Conroy Associated Press

First Church of Cannabis says pot is a holy sacrament, but court ruling is a buzzkill

July 10, 2018 09:52 AM