Library Bans ‘Noah’s Ark’ Volunteers, Use of Bible, at Children’s Events

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(From left) Ollie Higson, Lola Burrell and Maisie Hinkins attend the Rhyme Time event. Library authorities last Thursday informed parents "they are no longer allowed to perform at Rhyme time as a couple of songs mention God," Charlie Burrell, Lola's dad, said. (Laura Kelly photo)

The Daily Mail – A library banned volunteers from a church-run playgroup from an under-fives Rhyme Time session after complaints that the children were singing about God.

Helpers from the Noah’s Ark group in Burgess Hill would visit the West Sussex town’s library once a month to sing songs about Bible stories. The group has volunteered at the library for eight years.

But library bosses have decided to stop the group – whose songs include “Mr Noah Built An Ark,” to the tune of “Old MacDonald Had a Farm” – singing at the site. They also sang “God Has Made A Rainbow,” to the tune of “I Can Sing a Rainbow.”

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  1. Just a little bit of censorship here? What kind of librarians are these? So hypocritical when they will support books on witchcraft, ect… at the same time as doing this. They are just part of the movement that is ruining this country and sending us into the end of times.

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