Horizon Christian Fellowship v. Williamson, 2016
In 2016, the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination interpreted the commonwealth’s public accommodations law to apply to churches. The commission decided that churches should be forced to open their changing rooms, shower facilities, restrooms, and other private areas to anyone based on their perceived gender identity.
With the help of Alliance Defending Freedom, Horizon Christian Fellowship won this case. Churches across Massachusetts are now free to use their facilities in a way that honors God.