California Ends Ban on In-Person Religious Services as One Church Takes Ban to US Supreme Court

May 26, 2020

California’s governor is finally willing to let houses of worship begin actual in-person worship again.

On Memorial Day, Governor Gavin Newsom announced guidelines for such worship services two days after one Chula Vista church asked the U.S. Supreme Court to end Newsom’s ban on those in-person church, synagogue and mosque gatherings.

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