Defend Prayer at the Supreme Court

Prayer is under attack at the Supreme Court.

Coach Kennedy prayed silently after every football game. He was fired for exercising his Christian faith. Absurdly, federal courts (including the ultra-Left Ninth Circuit) ruled that because he was a school employee, their misguided view of the Establishment Clause trumped his First Amendment religious liberty rights.

Because someone might possibly think the school was endorsing prayer, this coach had his First Amendment rights stripped away and he was fired. And it could happen to YOU.

Prayer is fundamental. Prayer is constitutional. We’ve been defending prayer and religious liberty on school campuses at the Supreme Court for decades. We’ve won monumental victories. In fact, we recently filed in an appeals court case where a juror was thrown out for praying, and we won. We also defeated the radical Left’s attempt to shut down churches during the pandemic in court.

We cannot allow anti-Christian, anti-prayer forces to literally turn the Constitution on its head. The Founders intended the Establishment Clause to protect religious liberty, not squelch it.  We must ensure it never does. We’re filing a critical amicus brief at the Supreme Court to protect prayer. Take action with us to protect prayer and religious liberty. 

Petition To Protect Prayer and Religious Liberty at the Supreme Court