Anti-Muslim, anti-gay Texas preacher, the Rev. Robert Jeffress (not pictured) is a member of Donald Trump's evangelical advisory board. Above, (left to right) Sealy Yates, founder of My Faith Votes, Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, and Kelly Shackelford, president of the First Liberty Institute, after a meeting with Trump in New York, June 21, 2016. Drew Angerer/Getty Images

Anti-Muslim, anti-gay Texas preacher, the Rev. Robert Jeffress is to deliver the sermon during a private service for President-elect Donald Trump and his family before Trump is sworn in as the nation’s 45th president Friday, CNN reported.

Trump’s inaugural committee refused to comment on the report but Jeffress tweeted a confirmation following an appearance on Fox’s “The O’Reilly Factor.”

Jeffress, a Southern Baptist who leads a 12,000-member First Baptist Dallas megachurch, is a member of Trump’s evangelical advisory board and campaigned vigorously for him.

The service is to be held St. John’s Episcopal Church across from the White House, a prominent pulpit likely to raise the hackles of minorities. About 300 people are expected to attend.

Jeffress frequently condemns Mormons as a cult and has described it and Islam as heresies “from the pit of hell.”

"We sometimes use the same terminology but it has vastly different meanings and I just really encourage people now that they know Mormonism is a theological cult, to go ahead and do the research on their own," Jeffress told the Christian Post in 2011.

He’s also suggested the Catholic church has been led astray by Satan, that both Joseph Smith, the founder of Mormonism, and the Prophet Muhammad were “servants of Satan” and that President Barack Obama has paved the way for the Antichrist.

In addition, Jeffress has spread false statistics about HIV among gays, describing their lifestyle as “miserable” and “filthy.”

Jeffress has said Islam “promotes pedophilia” since the Prophet Muhammad married a 9-year-old (scholars dispute the age) and that Mormons, Muslims and Hindus “worship a false god.”

The preacher has said transgender-friendly businesses are a bigger threat to the United States than the Islamic State group and women who get abortions should be punished.

In 2015 at a meeting at Trump Tower with religious leaders, Jeffress laid hands on Trump. After a meeting earlier this month at Trump Tower, Jeffress tweeted Trump will be “the most faith-friendly president in our nation’s history.”