Luther, I am a supporter of activist activity and I do think your idea of taking protest "to the streets" could be effective.
However, I also believe in non-violent protest and activities that are designed to get media attention. Because, when it comes down to it, that is what performative protest aims to do - raise awareness. And media coverage is critical to ensure that the activism is effective.
Your passion is to be admired and you need a focus to be effective. A simple act that is repetitive and rational could draw attention.
If it is mandatory reporting laws that you want to change, then I would suggest that the venue for performing your activist actions could be at the court houses where sex abuse cases are being heard.
Example: protesters/activists dressed in some unique way - maybe in simple black or white clothing or ?? - and all wearing gags over their mouths. And maybe some accompanying signage and/or simple actions. Something that would look good in a photograph or on a TV screen. Peaceful and with all the city bylaws adhered to (permits,etc). And, in a public space - not inside the courthouse but rather in the spaces surrounding the courtroom.
Good activism is rational and planned and does not include violence or uncontrolled behaviour.
And yes, I think your idea of targeting secular institutions with your message could be effective. If it is planned carefully and legally. And especially if you target events and places that attract media attention. Rationality and coolness of head will get your message across.