Did You Know That ADA Laws Do Not Apply To Churches?

From USA Today: Years after passage of the ADA, separation of Church and State means that houses of worship remain beyond the law’s reach. State laws meant to tackle this problem face many problems. Not only are they tricky to enforce, but places of worship say that they are costly and impractical. The definition of what is “reasonable accommodation” for one, may not apply to another. Enforcement, therefore, is left up to local officials.

2 Comments on Did You Know That ADA Laws Do Not Apply To Churches?

  1. Keep posting stuff like this i really like it

  2. If the church has more than 25 employs it is not exempt as an employer. Also, do we in churches really want to brag…..we saved money by not building ADA access into our facility….all you disabled….do not need to come here. I think that is not reflective of the heart of Christ

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