After losing property to Episcopal Church, Anglican congregation’s first Sunday in new building draws over 2,000 people

By The Christian Post

One of the two consecration services held at The Falls Church Anglican's new sanctuary in Falls Church, Virginia on Sunday, Sept. 8, 2019. | Vimeo/The Falls Church Anglican

More than 2,000 people attended worship services held at a Virginia Anglican congregation’s new sanctuary, being held years after they had to leave their original property due to losing a legal battle with The Episcopal Church.

The Falls Church Anglican of Falls Church, Virginia, lost control of its historic property in 2012 via a lawsuit. In comments emailed to The Christian Post on Monday, the church explained that they had a total of 2,042 attendees for their two services, one held at 8:45 AM and another held at 11:15 AM.

TFCA explained that the Sunday services were a “church family” occasion, with people from other congregations planted by them attending, as well as regular members.

Source:The Christian Post