The death of Zachery Tims, founder of the Florida megachurch New Destiny Christian Center, is still a mystery after autopsy results returned inconclusive.
No criminal activity has been suspected, according to The Associated Press.
The 42-year-old father of four was found dead at the W Hotel in Times Square, New York, on Friday. A housekeeper found him unresponsive on the floor of the hotel room, and he was pronounced dead at the scene, CNN reported.
Grace Brugess, spokeswoman for the New York Medical Examiner's Office, told CNN that more tests are necessary to determine a cause of death and that it could take a few weeks to get results back.
Tims' death shocked his 8,000-member church in Apopka, Fla.
A sign posted on the church's doors said "At this time, we do not have all the details concerning our pastor, Dr. Zachery Tims. We ask that you keep him and his family in your prayers."
Mourners inspired by Tims' messages expressed their condolences on New Destiny's Facebook page.
"Earth has no sorrow that heaven is not aware of. Praying for the family n congregation, may his soul rest in eternal peace," one person wrote.
"So deeply sorry to hear of the loss of your Pastor, our prayers our with you and Pastor Tims family. Father God, send forth your healing power and comfort to your people at New Destiny Christian Center. Let your Spirit rise up and be glorified as you move in this situation. In Jesus Name, Amen," another wrote.
The church's Web site said Tims founded the New Destiny Christian Center in 1996, starting with just six members. He was a former drug addict who got saved and called into ministry, according to the Web site.
The church's work involves giving out food, clothing, personal toiletries, haircuts, and medical screening.