A ban on Christians holding bible studies and faith-based meetings in California, has been overturned with a settlement in their favour.
Around 100 people were barred from gathering in the common areas of a retirement community because of an atheist’s objections.
World Net Daily reports, after their activities were suspended in 2016, a retiree filed a lawsuit and the suspension was lifted.
The California Homeowners’ Association argued it had the legal power to shut them down so litigation continued until 20-18.
Christian lawyers, Pacific Justice Institute argued the first amendment and the case was dismissed.
Attorney Matthew McReynolds said the elderly residents overcame physical challenges and disabilities to spread the light in their community – and their faith was inspiring.