This is all very true. The military has a whole section on 'spiritual fitness' that soldiers are required to take. Atheist fare poorly on this test and are often sent to chaplains for 'evaluation and guidance.' This is very much against the US Constitution. The vast majority of Chaplains in the military are Evangelicals. The Army has bibles sent to them covered in camo colors. These were burned once it became public knowledge, but the wholesale indoctrination of soldiers is widespread and rampant. Some are preaching to the Afghans and Iraqis in direct violation of an order not to. One of the manufacturers of guns going to Afghanistan has bible verse nuimbers stamped into the metal as a serial number. The Afghans noticed this before it came to light in the media. All of this is fodder for the Islamist. The Air Force Academy has been overrun with evangelicals who promote others in their 'church group' and discriminate against people who are protestant, catholic, or jewish ( lots of overt anti-semitism, too) This has lead to the formation of The military Religious Freedom Foundation
which defends and protest against religious/atheist persecution in the military. Most of the members and complaintants are Christians who are not the 'right' kind of evangelical and are being stomped on. They are working with atheist, catholics, jews, moslems, and whatever else to prevent this kind of discrimination.
Do not be fooled. American Theocracy is on it's way. People just don't think it can happen here. You call yourself the land of the free enough and people start thinking it's all true even as your freedoms are being drained away.
Although the odds of running into unfortunate situations like this might be likely given any environment in the US where you're around people (I don't know much about demographic analysis or the statistics that have been found with it.), maybe your odds are better because you work for a Christian organization; despite what they say about their open-door policy.
In my teen years I went on quite a few Habitat for Humanity summer trips with church groups, and, unsurprisingly, there was a fair share of Christian dogma in the atmosphere.
I'm not sure how the ReStore functions, though. Is it volunteer work you're doing or a paid job? As an aside, I'd be interested to know how many individuals in the administration are Christian, and how that compares to the population in your city.
I've now become lost in wonder.
In short, that sucks dude and I'm sorry about that!