Supreme Court showdown over Sabbath could change workplaces across US
LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. — Rain or shine. Sleet or snow. Just not on the Sabbath.
Former U.S. Postal Service letter carrier Gerald Groff spent every day for seven years delivering the mail in a rural corner of southeast Pennsylvania — except for Sundays when he would attend worship services and rest.
But in 2019, the former Mennonite missionary and son of a truck driver said his boss forced him to choose between practicing his faith or a paycheck distributing packages, and he resigned.