Southern California city says home Bible group must get permit
from FOX News
For the second time in six months, officials in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., has ordered a group of Christian worshippers who meet inside homes to get a permit or shut down. It's the latest incident in which religious groups in Southern California have been targeted by cities for home gatherings, though many of those groups were eventually allowed to meet without obtaining permits. The city is trying to halt Friday night meetings at a home after receiving a complaint in February from a neighbor that 40 to 60 people were gathering weekly in the San Bernardino County location. Officials said the homeowner needs a conditional use permit by Good Friday, April 2, to operate a church in a residential area.
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