A small Bronx evangelical church on Monday lost the final round of its
16-year legal battle to force New York City to permit religious worship
services in public schools, setting the stage for the city to eject
dozens of churches and religious organizations that have been using
schools for prayer.
The Supreme Court announced that it would not review a lower-court decision that backed the city’s decision to ban the evangelical congregation, the Bronx Household of Faith, from holding its Sunday services at Public School 15, where it has worshiped since 2002.
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