So, the so-called "Christian" church in White River Junction, Vermont that I no longer attend came out with a "no-guns allowed inside" rule over a year ago, in a state where all non-felon men are free to carry a handgun concealed lawfully. You see, VT and AK do NOT issue concealed carry permits, so in VT any non-felon man or woman can CCW into most any "public" building in VT, including churches. SO, if my ex-church is applying their anti-gun rule to the PUBLIC, they should put up signs by all of the entrances displaying the church's no-gun policy. If they do not, then they are discriminating against a USN veteran and national shooting champion ONLY. How did the church KNOW that I CCW? I do not know, but two church officials confronted me about it a week after the rule was enacted. I guess that word gets around abut my VERY concealed G17.