Police in the Florida city of Miami Beach on Wednesday arrested a man who had posted threats against the LGBT-inclusive church that helped him.

Joseph Jorczak was arrested following an incident at his apartment when police arrived to question him about threats he had posted on Facebook against the Miami Beach Community Church.

“The Miami Beach Community church is filled with a bunch of sick homosexuals,” Jorczak wrote, according local NBC affiliate WTVJ.

“Orlando will look small to what is coming to Miami Beach, specifically the Miami Beach Community Church,” he said, a reference to the Orlando massacre at a gay nightclub that left 49 people dead and wounded dozens more.

The welcoming church had helped Jorczak, giving him food and driving him to the hospital when he got sick. Jorczak also marched with church members in the city's LGBT Pride parade.

“[Y]ou cannot trust the LGBT community,” he also wrote.

The Rev. Harold Thompson posted on Facebook a prayer for Jorczak: “Joseph is in pain. He is hurt and afraid. He is not rational. Sadly, he has focused his anger and frustration onto the church. His words of hate towards our LGBT members are disturbing and unsettling. I pray his words have no power.”