Require Churches that register as a 501(c) nonprofit organizations for tax-exemption; do so under a new 501 (c) type described as ‘Religious Non-Profit’. These nonprofits are required to conduct charitable actions without imposing religious beliefs or restricting on donations or contributions based on demographics, age, sex, lifestyle, and religion of others. Religious Non-Profit assets (i.e. property titles, finances, etc.) may not be solely accessible to individuals that have been convicted of a felony. Religious Non-Profit also are subjected to lower reportable incomes.
Churches or religious organizations are not subjected to these (basic) restrictions if they choose not to file under 501© status.
This will prevent tax break for churches and their donators who don't support their communities as a whole and / or use the added benefits of 501(c) status to fund efforts that are restricted to solely religious beliefs and not community services.