- May 26, 2020
The Satanic Temple has appealed a judge’s decision ruling the city of Scottsdale did not discriminate against the temple when city officials blocked the group from giving an invocation before a council meeting in 2016.
About 200 people, most clutching a rosary, held a prayer vigil as a satanic black mass occurred Aug. 17 at a heavy metal club in the Canadian capital.
A Satanic Temple member who won the right to open a regional Alaska government meeting declared “Hail Satan” during her first invocation, prompting about a dozen officials and attendees to walk out.
The Massachusetts-based Satanic Temple is suing a Minnesota city for withdrawing permission for a satanic monument two years ago, when local government officials got tangled in a debate over religious symbols in public places.
The Satanic Temple says it’s been designated a tax-exempt church by the Internal Revenue Service.
The Satanic Temple of Seattle, Washington, has asked a local school district for permission to start an after-school program in direct response to a “Good News Bible Club” being run by the Child Evangelism Fellowship at an elementary school.