The Aryan Clause was just one of many challenges Dietrich Bonhoeffer and the church would face.

On April 7 (1933), the Aryan Clauses were issued, forbidding anyone of Jewish origins or anyone married to a Jew from holding any office in the state. The prohibition extended to the Church, and was only the beginning of a long series of encroachments designed to usurp of the Church.  

(William Kuhns, In Pursuit of Dietrich Bonhoeffer48).