The ACLU will hear from people who are upset that Rowan County leaders pray before meetings.
The group filed a lawsuit saying it's unconstitutional and asked the county to stop.
In the 18-page document, three people claim the prayers, based on the Christian faith, make them feel uncomfortable.
The ACLU filed a similar case two years ago and won against Forsyth County.
The court ruled it unconstitutional, saying prayers shouldn’t be specific to one religion.
Based on that, the ACLU told Channel 9 it thinks it has a strong case.
“We only take action in cases where we receive a complaint from a local citizen, and we received more complaints from Rowan County than anywhere else in the state,” said Mike Meno, the communications director for the ACLU of North Carolina.
"It's a very clear First Amendment issue," said Meno.