Church's Christian music booted from public park
December 16, 2016
Shepherd's Heart Anglican Church was planning on serving free hot dogs and drinks at a public park while playing some music. Everything was fine until the city found out the church was going to play contemporary Christian music. Tony Mangini, an attorney at the Center for Religious Expression, says the city officials then decided to back out of permitting the event and to instead practice censorship.
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