Part 5 of 6
How the Supreme Court’s interpretation of Title VII’s term “sex” affects church employment.
Before your church considers barring service animals, it is good to understand the legal and ministerial dimensions.
What the ruling means for churches and religious organizations.
A Court decision early in the COVID-19 pandemic rejected a California church’s request to restore in-person gatherings sooner than the state allowed.
The law doesn't always protect pastors from employment discrimination.
Understand how discrimination laws affect which outside groups can use church facilities.
High court’s decision could have implications for the hiring and firing practices of churches.
Judge says the facts of the case demonstrate firing was based on religious doctrine.
This case and two others reflect the complexities of issues related to public accommodation.
How churches can prioritize support and employment for those leaving prison—while still considering the risks.
How churches can provide equitable pay for the women and men they employ.
Landmark ruling addresses potential liability under "public accommodations" law.
How church leaders can navigate this still-developing legal issue.
How compliance helps churches welcome all people—including individuals with disabilities.
Racial nondiscrimination certificate is one of the most neglected federal reporting requirements.
The implications of the Supreme Court's unanimous decision
Can we restrict member's activities after a sex change?
What questions can—and can't—we ask prospective employees and their references?
What pastors should know about the Hate Crimes Act.
You must make sure you're not subject to public accommodation provisions under state or local law.