Skip to comments.Episcopal Church sues to regain control of Fort Worth-area buildings held by breakaway group
Posted on 04/16/2009 7:47:25 PM PDT by PAR35
The Episcopal Church filed suit Tuesday to regain control of Fort Worth-area church buildings and other property held by a breakaway contingent led by Bishop Jack Iker.
"We're stewards of property that has been given for generations to the Episcopal Church. We can't just let people walk off with it," said Kathleen Wells, chancellor for the reorganized Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth.
The suit was filed in Tarrant County district court and names Iker as a defendant, among others.
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I’m reminded of one Bible teacher I listen to who said that people souls would be better off hanging out in bars and pubs than they would be at churches like this.
TEC really burns me up. My understanding is that the entire diocese left, and it’s the diocese that owns the note on the buildings, not the national church.
Please show me where the national church holds the note.
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The “breakaway” church is the one run by homos.
The ridiculous thing is that the number of Episcopal congregants staying with the national church (about 25%) are not enough to support these properties.