If you live in this neighborhood, you might not want to put the name of Jesus up on your lawn [Video]

If you live in this subdivision in Pennsylvania, you might not want to put the name of Jesus up on your lawn. That is what this family discovered when the name of the Lord was prominently displayed in their lawn decorations. However, the homeowner’s association in Gettysburg, PA, said that someone found it offensive. They want it taken down. Subdivision covenants should not be able to impact freedom of worship in this manner.

As Written and Reported By Kathleen Joyce for Fox News:

A Pennsylvania family was ordered by their homeowner’s association to take down their Jesus Christmas display after one of the neighbors reported it as offensive.

Mark and Lynn Wivell of Adams County, a Gettysburg subdivision, said they put up their Jesus display last Saturday, FOX43 reported.

“As part of our Christmas decoration, we would display the name Jesus to point out to everyone that we in this family believe that the reason for the season is to celebrate the birth of Jesus,” said Mark Wivell told FOX43.

But the homeowner’s association wasn’t having it.

On Sunday, the association told the family to take down the sign after a neighbor complained it was offensive. The homeowner’s association also claimed the display was a sign, not a decoration – which is a violation of the rules, USA Today reported.

“After taking a look at it, it isn’t in accordance with normal Christmas decorations,” Bud Vance, the Courtyards president, wrote in a statement to the Gettysburg Times.

The Wivells insist they are following the rules.

“We have ordinances with regard to Christmas decorations, and my Christmas decorations comply with the HOA ordinances on Christmas decorations,” Wivell said…….


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