A compromise between the American Civil Liberties Union and Brigham City is letting a nondenominational Christian church distribute flyers near a Mormon temple.
The city's attorney Richard Van Wagoner tells The Salt Lake Tribune that the members of the Main Street Church agreed to limit their protest activity on two sides of the temple.
Brigham City says it won't try to outlaw the demonstration. The Main Street Church claimed the city previously barred it from it from staking out bus unloading zones at the temple for the sake of public safety.
Members of the Christian Church are pointing out differences between the Mormon church and their own beliefs during a month when people of any faiths can tour the temple. The event is drawing about 18,000 people a day.
Information from: The Salt Lake Tribune, http://www.sltrib.com