Georgia Marching Band performances remove overtly Christian theme (February 5, 2018)

Where: Rome High School.

Violation: The school’s marching band chose a Christian worship theme for 2017. The performance was called “Alleluia!” It featured stained-glass church windows as props and included flags with the names of multiple books from the bible written on them. The musical selection included biblically inspired songs.

Outcome: Rome City Schools notified FFRF that, because of FFRF’s involvement, the marching band has since modified its halftime performance to remove the religious props and add in secular music.

FFRF attorney who handled the case: Christopher Line.

Freedom From Religion Foundation