Hon. Christine Marbach Kellett presents: "Church and State in New Hampshire History" The relationship between church and state challenged Americans from the colonial period on, and continues to challenge us today. This lecture provides a historical look at the movement from established churches (and what that term means) and some tools for appreciation of the first amendment and the current turmoil surrounding its application today. We will look at leading cases from the U.S Supreme Court, both past and present Presenter Bio: After a varied legal career including work in a public defender's office, for a legal aid society and as a town, county and state attorney, the Honorable Judge Christine Kellett retired from public service as the Chief Administrative Law Judge for the New York State Division of Human Rights. She has a BA from the College of New Rochelle, an MA in History and Political Science from the College of Saint Rose, and a JD from Albany Law School of Union University. She moved to New London in 2014 with her husband, Mark, to raise chickens and keep bees.