It just keeps getting weirder and weirder. The liberal secular progressive Mayor of New York has now banned Churches from renting public facilities in New York City. Why? They pay rent. They are good tenants. And the city desperately needs the cash. So why would he single out churches and ban them?
Why would they ban Christians from using public property if they are good tenants and they PAY MONEY. Why don’t they ban everyone other groups that uses the public facilities then. Nope – they just ban Churches. Isn’t that discrimination? They still rent out the public facilities to secular organizations… but not churches. Hmm. Bizarre.
Thank God for these Christian protesters!!! At least they are standing up for our Holy Christian faith and for Jesus.
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New York Churches Will Be Evicted from All Public Schools Starting February 12th Unless We Act Now
The NYC Department of Education has decided to kick out “houses of worship” who worship in public schools. Starting February 12, 2012, houses of worship will be excluded from renting schools for worship unless we take action now.
Even if your house of worship is not being evicted, this is a matter of freedom of religion, freedom of speech and freedom of gathering in public spaces. If we do not take our stand now, the state will take more religious liberty away from us. In addition, we should be concerned about all houses of worship, not just our own.
We urge you to call your state elected officials during the month of January so there is a groundswell of support demanding this infraction of our religious liberties be lifted. If our state and city legislators do not hear our voices they will continue to take more religious liberties away from us.
This website is dedicated to inform you of the course of actions you can take to reverse this form of discrimination against houses of worship. We have included a calendar of events, media advisory, petition forms and flyers and contact information.