prayer1-620x437An atheist activist group is suing a California school district, claiming that its meetings generally “resemble a church service” and not a secular public gathering. The Freedom From Religion Foundation filed a federal lawsuit last week against Chino Valley Unified School District Board of Education, alleging that meetings begin with prayer and sometimes include readings from the Bible — elements that the organization deemed First Amendment violations. Among the charges, the atheist group claims that James Na, school board president, “urged everyone who does not know Jesus Christ to go and find him” at one meeting; he then reportedly read from Psalm 143, according to the complaint. Andrew Cruz, another board member, is accused of reading the following verses at meetings, according to the complaint: More