Will you pray for Gerald Groff on April 18th?
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After years spent in a court battle for Lancaster County resident Gerald Groff — a former missionary who sought a religious accommodation from the United States Postal Service (USPS) to follow his religious convictions about the Sunday Sabbath — the United States Supreme Court will hear his case on Tuesday, April 18th

It is encouraging to see the support for Gerald Groff and his case, especially considering the wide-reaching implications of this decision – not just for mail carriers, but for Christians in a variety of workplace settings across the country.

One way we can help Gerald Groff and everyone involved with his legal case, including the Independence Law Center, is through prayer. We want to encourage prayer throughout the entire day on Tuesday, April 18th when his case goes to the Supreme Court.

Please sign up below to support Gerald Groff by committing to pray during a specific time slot on Tuesday, April 18th. 

A few prayer requests:

- For Gerald Groff and his family.
- For the entire legal team involved, including the Independence Law Center, First Liberty Institute, Baker Botts LLC and the Church State Council.
- For the U.S. Supreme Court Justices.
- To see religious freedom protected through the outcome of this case.
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