Saturday, May 28, 2011

Crystal Cathedral filed for bankruptcy protection from court

In Garden Grove, California, the Crystal Cathedral, founded by televangelist the Rev. Robert H. Schuller, filed for bankruptcy on Friday. The megachurch is looking to get out from under its debts by selling the church and grounds for a proposed $47 million from a local real-estate group.

Reportedly, the plan would allow the church to lease back most of its core buildings for the next 15 years, so congregants would not overtly notice a change in either worship or outreach services provided by the church.

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  2. Enjoyed the crystal church hour of prayer on TV years ago, maybe they could just put the show on public broad casting network for a while. Good family, started the church, let us prey that the church family can direct the church to the work of God as the church is not the building but the church family God Bless them and their work