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 Posted: Sun Jan 29th, 2006 01:49 am
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Judy Johnson wrote: I guess my question is this; where there is a reenactment and church services are held, being non-denominational and open to the public. The reenactment is held on  a State Park property. Are we violating religious church and state issues?

No, you/they are not violating this standard. The reenactment sponsors are 'renting' the event site, and can do what they want (within reason - do damage, etc.). The standards states that states and other governmental agencies can not influence religion one way or the other. As long as the park states neutral, as it relates to the services, there is no violation.

This is based on my experience.

JIMT

 

 

 

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