Point Pleasant Beach Borough Council conducts prayer despite suit

Despite a pending lawsuit from the ACLU, prayer spoken out loud by a councilmember began another Point Pleasant Beach Borough Council meeting last night.To hear

POINT PLEASANT BEACH - Despite a pending lawsuit from the ACLU, prayer spoken out loud by a councilmember began another Point Pleasant Beach Borough Council meeting last night.

To hear the entire prayer click 'NEXT' in the video player.

The borough had agreed it would replace the "Lord's Prayer" with a moment of silence, but it was not silent. The borough attorney says the councilman's prayer is OK because he was acting as a private citizen and not as a member of the governing body.

The ACLU's lawsuit against the borough is scheduled to go before a judge at the Ocean County Superior Court in Toms River on Dec. 3.

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