The Supreme Court has ruled, on conservative-liberal lines, that incidental prayers at local government functions are OK. ThinkProgrss claims this blows the separation of church and state (link). The Court apparently thinks this is not proselytizing.(of other people's religious agendas). This is not "saving souls", as they would say in Dallas. The case is Town of Greece NY v. Galloway, and the slip opinion is here.
I can remember back at MCC Dallas, around 1980, some of Rev. Joan Wakeford's sermons were listed as "evangelistic". "The Lord wants your body and mind" she would say. I would sometimes cringe. I wanted to be my own person. She had arrived from Apartheid South Africa.