Iowa Religious Freedom Day is April 13
When our public events for Iowa Religious Freedom Day were canceled in 2020, we could hardly imagine the pandemic stretching into 2021 and impacting all kinds of gatherings.
But even though we decided to not request a public proclamation signing this year, Governor Kim Reynolds has signed a proclamation to name April 13, 2021, the seventh annual Iowa Religious Freedom Day.
For 2021, our public event will be scaled down but still held in the Rotunda of the State Capitol. Stay tuned for more details, but plan on visiting during expanded hours to see exhibits related to the faith community's response to the pandemic. Due to scheduling conflicts, we will move the event to Monday, April 12, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.