Freethought Today · April 2015

Published by the Freedom From Religion Foundation, Inc.

Nothing Fails Like Prayer Contest

The U.S. Supreme Court unwisely "blessed" sectarian prayers at local government meeting in its Town of Greece v. Galloway decision. If the Supreme Court won't uphold our godless and entirely secular Constitution — adopted at a prayerless constitutional convention — it's up to us.

It's up to you!

We'd like to see secular citizens flood government meetings with secular invocations that illustrate why government prayers are unnecessary, ineffective, embarrassing, exclusionary, divisive or just plain silly.

The "best" secular invocation will be invited to open FFRF's annual convention, receiving an all-expenses-paid trip (this year at the Monona Terrace Convention Center, Madison, Wisconsin, October 9–11, 2015), a plaque and an honorarium of $500.

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