Ariz. church fights ban against meeting in homes

Christian Post: “Alliance Defense Fund attorneys contend in the appeal that was filed Wednesday that banning religious meetings of any size or frequency in a home is unprecedented and unconstitutional. ‘Christian church groups shouldn’t be singled out for discrimination and banned from meeting in their own homes,’ said ADF Litigation Counsel Daniel Blomberg. ‘The interpretation and enforcement of the town’s code is clearly unconstitutional. It bans 200,000 Gilbert residents from meeting in their private homes for organized religious purposes – an activity encouraged in the Bible, practiced for thousands of years, and protected by the First Amendment.’”