Updated: Jul 5, 2022
Yes. You have a right to express your faith or religion in the workplace.
Just ensure you don't harass others or lead people to mistake your private expressions of faith for your employer's views.
You can talk to coworkers about your beliefs, hang a religious picture or keep personal items at your workstation, wear religious clothing or jewelry, have personal devotionals (like reading your scriptures in the break room), or even start a voluntary prayer group unless the company has job-related policies that apply the same to everyone (such as keeping desks clear of any personal items when customers can see them) and can't give you accommodation. If the company lets others express their personalities, you can too.