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Truro Church keeps on in court

Truro Church keeps on in court

The congregation of Truro Church associated with CANA has filed a notice of appeal to the State Supreme Court asking that the previous judgement by a state judge be revisited again.


The congregation filed an earlier appeal of t

Mary Ailes, blogging on Baby Blue Café describes the action thus:

“Truro Church has filed a notice of an appeal to the Virginia Supreme Court regarding the recent ruling of the Fairfax Circuit Court.  Truro’s Notice of Appeal is here. This is not an appeal, merely a notice in case an appeal is filed.

In addition to the notice of appeal, The Falls Church filed today a Motion to Suspend Execution of the Final Order and to Set the Supersedeas Bond and Truro filed a Motion to Stay Execution of the Final Order and to Set the Supersedeas Bond.  This was also to be expected in case an appeal is filed.”

There are links to all the documents on Mary’s page.

Essentially this seems to give the congregation the opportunity to ask the judge in the case to stay the enforcement of his recent decision to return all property to the oversight of the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia. It looks like the concern is more about the money at this point than the buildings. This filing keeps the break-away group’s options open longer.

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