Religious freedom in America, often referred to as our “first freedom,” was a driving force behind some of the earliest defining moments of our American identity. The desire for religious freedom impelled the Pilgrims to leave their homes in Europe and journey to a distant land, and it is the reason so many others seeking to live out their faith have made America their home.
On this National Religious Freedom Day, West County Wastewater celebrates the rights of all Americans to freely practice the religion of their choice.
West County Wastewater encourages all people to commemorate this day by reflecting on our shared heritage of religious liberty. Click on the link below to read the full proclamation.
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