ATLANTA – False prophet and recent self proclaimed homosexual bishop Jim Swilley may need to rename his expensive religious meeting place “Church on the Rocks”. According to the Rockdale Times, foreclosure is staring the dwindling former mega church in the face.
Church In The Now, the large, non-denominational church in Conyers, is back into the foreclosure process for the second time this year after its mortgage holder placed a foreclosure notice in last week’s Rockdale Citizen.
Evangelical Christian Credit Union placed the legal notice in the March 10 edition of the Rockdale Citizen to announce foreclosure proceedings on Church In The Now, located on Iris Drive, west of the Salem Road exit on Interstate 20.
The notice stated plans to sell the church following default on $18.5 million in principal from a security deed on the property filed June 2007.
The foreclosure concerns the property and buildings located at 1873, 1875 and 1877 Iris Drive. The total value of 1873 Iris Drive was listed as $11.4 million for this year, according to the Rockdale County Board of Assessors office.
If the foreclosure proceeds, the sale is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, April 5, on the steps of the Rockdale County Courthouse on Bank Street. [source]
Its not clear whether Swilley made his guess-what-Im-gay announcement hoping to draw in the gay crowds in an attempt save his building or whether his guess-what-Im-gay announcement hastened the church’s demise due to fleeing sheeple.