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This is a fight for the heart and soul of America

America was built on religious freedom, where Christian thought was the original antidote to totalitarianism and tyranny.

An assault on religious freedom has become apparent through the church shut down. But this assault on religious freedom has only just begun. Radical leftist are trying to silence religion (the Equality Act). College campuses have become indoctrination machines, targeting our children and educational systems. These systems and legislative acts are being engineered to drive God out of American thought. Peaceably Gather exists to secure religious freedoms for all generations – past, present, and future.

If we allow the left to forcibly take away our first amendment rights in America, we will be no different than China, Iran, or Vietnam. Our children and our grandchildren will be raised in a nation where the government controls every aspect of their lives. They will live in a society where Caesar, not Christ, is god. America would become like any other communistic nation on Earth – totalitarian, ungodly, and impoverished.

So stand with us. Sign a petition to stand with God, America, and in defense of religious freedom.


We have fundamental rights given to us via the US Constitution.


Churches were unfairly targeted during the pandemic.

As of the end of April 2020 only 15 States were still allowing churches to gather and worship God without limititation while many other states lismited congregations to 10 or fewer or completely shut down the church from gathering all together. While this was happening big box stores were aloud to usher in hundreds of patrons at a time.


Nevada Casinos operate at 50% while the Church is limited to 50 people per service.

Earlier this summer Nevada reopened it’s casinos with a capicity limit of 50% no matter the size of the facility. Meanwhile, voting 5-4, the Supreme Court rebuffed Calvary Chapel Dayton Valley, a Reno-area church that said the state was unconstitutionally discriminating by imposing stricter requirements on church services than on Las Vegas casinos.This ruling enforced that churches were not aloud to have more than 50 people in attendance, regardless the size of their facility.


California singled out singing in church while allowing protestors to scream in the streets.

In July 2020, California public health authorities published guidelines for places of worship and religious services that said congregations must “discontinue singing and chanting activities.”
Meanwhile tens of thousands of protestors have gathered across California and other states, packed together like sardines fully able to scream and chant. If you’re allowed to chant ‘Hey hey, ho ho, racism’s got to go’ but you can’t chant the liturgy in a small church, it’s an obviously discrimination


Kentucky issues a mass ban on churches while Kentucky Derby hosts 23,000 patrons.

After banning Churches from in-peron meeting and worship during Easter, a federal court halted the Kentucky governor’s ban on mass gatherings from applying to in-person religious services. The ruling affirms that the law prohibits the government from treating houses of worship differently than secular activities during this pandemic.

Leaders who have spoken up to defend God, America, and the freedom of religion


Our Constitution guarantees freedom of religion and the right to assemble peacefully. By signing the petition, you pledge that you will exercise these sacred rights, your church will be open, and you will welcome all healthy people in your communities to attend and physically participate in services.