An Ontario church that has reportedly been holding services during lockdown has now received multiple threats.\nWaterloo Regional Police reported on Monday that an investigation had been launched into Trinity Bible Chapel after multiple messages were received. \nEditor's Choice: An Ontario Mayor Is Demanding Highway Checkpoints To Stop People From Travelling North\n\n\n\n“\n\n\nThe threats included statements to cause harm to the building and members.\n\n\nWaterloo Regional Police \n\n\nTrinity Bible Chapel has reportedly been hosting in-person services despite the province's strict COVID-19 lockdown rules and has been fined multiple times. \nMPP Randy Hillier, who made headlines in December after hosting a 15-person party, was reportedly in attendance at one of the services back in January. \nThe church, which is located in Woolwich, Ontario, is now receiving messages that reportedly threaten to "harm" the building and members. \nThey first received "threatening messages" on January 25, 2021, according to police. \n\nHowever, the most recent threats of harm were reported on February 1, 2021.\nPolice have confirmed that the investigation is ongoing.\nAnyone with further information on the case is being asked to contact Waterloo Regional Police at 519-570-9777.