Two workers sue North Carolina company after they were ‘FIRED for not attending prayer meetings’ 

Two workers for a North Carolina contracting company filed a lawsuit alleging they were fired for not attending long, daily mandatory Christian prayer meetings held by their boss.

John McGaha and Mackenzie Saunders claimed Greensboro company, Aurora Pro Services, forced employees to engage in prayer meetings, and when they refused, they were eventually fired, according to the lawsuit.

‘Aurora Pro Services created a religiously hostile work environment by requiring Mr. McGaha, an atheist, and…

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