The sign was not very hard to miss: “ANY AND ALL CHRISTIAN MUSIC IS BANNED.”  That message was posted on an organ located in a commons area of Cambridge House, a condo building in Port Charlotte, Florida. Residents could belt out the theme song to Frozen or Kelly Clarkson’s “Stronger,” but they were not permitted to sing “Amazing Grace.” Residents were also allegedly told they could no longer host a weekly Bible study in the commons area,

according to a Fair Housing complaint filed with the Department of Housing and Urban Development. On Feb. 6, Cambridge House passed a resolution “regarding religious observances on the common elements.” “Prayers and other religious services, observations or meetings of any nature shall not occur at meetings of the Association (Owner meetings, member meetings, committee meetings or otherwise) and shall not occur in or upon any of the common elements,” the resolution read. READ MORE