Do You Support Church's Right to Protest?
Anti-abortion display drew strong opposing views.
St. Lawrence of the Martyr Church in Chester will say it's publicly stating its beliefs.
Passersby and other community members will say they don't appreciate the "in-your-face" display.
At the heart of it is an issue that nearly everyone has an opinion on–strong ones, for that matter–and, especially a few days before an election, are sticking to.
The church's anti-abortion display on its front lawn on Main Street in Chester has drawn plenty of attention. At the core of it is a simple First Amendment use of free speech. But do you feel the church should be protesting its stance on a social issue so publicly?
We're not asking if what the church is protesting is right or wrong, rather, do you support the institution's actual protest?
Let us know in the comments section below, and be sure to vote in our poll. As always, thanks for participating.