George Washington had no religious ties and stayed away from connecting religion and politics.
After Herbert Hoover though, Nixon broke the Quaker commitment to serve in the U.S. Navy.
Thomas Jefferson hosted Sidi Soliman Mellimelli, a Muslim envoy from the chieftain of Tunis for dinner on December 9, 1805. The two were to discuss piracy on American merchant vessels and since it was Ramadan, Jefferson held the meal at sunset in deferenc
In 1923, Coolridge lit the first Christmas tree in the White House and also oversaw the first public celebration of the Christmas holidays.
While Bill Clinton was the first president to light a Hanukkah menorah in the White House, George W. Bush was the first to host a White House Hanukkah party.
Abraham Lincoln had no formal religious affiliation, was shot on Good Friday and he died the day before Easter Sunday.
It was George W. Bush's first executive order as president.
While he was not an ordained minister, he was the only U.S. president to have been part of the clergy.