Gentlemen I am more then sticking the point!
The point being that the Constitution and the bill of rights contain in it does not grant a blank check to block the enforcement of our laws including zoning laws.
To that end, I had listed a number of examples of the courts not blocking or interfering with laws that limit rights that are listed in the Constitution.
To repeat myself the right to be arm does not stop local government from limiting the carrying of conceal weapons, the right to free speak does not stop placing people in prison for some forms of speak and I gave examples that the right of religion does not grant a blank check to break laws that conflict with religion driven practices.
If the good Pastor had broken zoning laws by having large scale meetings in his private residence he is not protected because of the reason for those meetings is of a religion nature.
Short of using a laser beam, I do not know how more focus one could be.