Martinez v. West Covina School District
Isaiah Martinez wanted to hand out candy canes to his classmates at Christmas time. Attached to the candies was a message about the legend of candy canes, including a Christian message. His teacher would not allow him to hand out the gifts with this message attached.
Brynn Williams – Sharing the Bible in School
Brynn Williams, a first grader, took her family’s Star of Bethlehem to present to the class for an assignment on family holiday traditions. Before she could finish her presentation (which ended with a recitation of John 3:16), her teacher shut down her presentation because she’s “not allowed to talk about the Bible in school.”
Calvary Chapel Bible Fellowship
This Church wants to build a new facility in Temecula Wine Country, but the area currently restricts church development in that zone. We believe this is a clear violation of RLUIPA and are fighting on behalf of the Church.
Coronado v. Myers
Two men were arrested for reading aloud from the Bible outside of a local DMV. We have filed a federal case for unlawful arrest and false imprisonment.
Serrano v. Family Life Faith and Freedom Educational Corporation
Can a Christian school require their employees to sign a Statement of Faith?
Ramona School District
What rights do school districts have in regard to crafting and enforcing parental notification policies?
San Diego Evangelism v. City of San Diego
This ministry is facing ordinances that may affect their ability to evangelize in the ways they have previously done in their community.
Abigail T. v. Talkington School for Young Women Leaders
Each year, we hear from students wanting to organize and/or advertise a See You at the Pole (SYATP) event at their schools, who are prevented from doing so due to the administration’s fear of violating a “separation of church and state”. This is one such case.