Christian playgroup banned from library for singing about God

Jul 18, 2019 by

by Heather Preston, Premier:

A church-run playgroup has been banned from a local library following complaints from parents that their nursery rhymes mention God.

Helpers from Noah’s Ark playgroup have met at Burgess Hill Library for the past 8 years, to sing songs based on bible stories.

The group have now been asked to take their session’s elsewhere.

Library officials made the decision to exclude the volunteers from ‘baby rhyme time’ at the venue, after families communicated they were unhappy with the Christian references in their songs.

A spokesman from The King’s Church Mid-Sussex, which runs the Noah’s Ark group told the Daily Mail: ‘We are sad that our involvement in Baby Rhyme Time is coming to an end after eight years. It has been a well-loved, free group for people in the local area.

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