Most retirees buy a condominium hoping for a peaceful, carefree retirement. Most don’t expect their condominium to target them because of their religion. Unfortunately, Florida retiree Donna Dunbar found just the opposite when she moved to the Cambridge House condominiums in Port Charlotte.
A condominium in Port Charlotte, Florida has a common area used by groups for movie nights, game nights and other activities. Donna Dunbar, a resident at Cambridge House Condominiums, says the condo HOA has banned her Bible study group from using the space, FOX4 reported.
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,” […]
Port Charlotte, Florida—Attorneys with First Liberty Institute and Greenberg Traurig, P.A., today filed a complaint with the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development on behalf of residents at the Cambridge House Condominiums in Port Charlotte, Florida. Residents have been denied access to the community’s social room for meetings […]