The Christian Post reports:
Founders of the 12,000-member Celebration Church in Jacksonville, Florida, Stovall Weems and his wife, Kerri, have filed a lawsuit seeking an injunction that would force the megachurch to recognize Weems as their chief executive officer and settle dueling claims of financial fraud involving hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Celebration Church filed a motion to dismiss Weems’ lawsuit on March 10. The church claims his lawsuit is “the latest chapter in a campaign of deception, manipulation, distraction, and abuse of power by Stovall and Kerri Weems against Celebration.”
The motion claims that the church had purchased a parsonage for $1.2 million that a company owned by Stovall Weems had purchased four months earlier for $855,000.
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The founders of the 12,000-member Celebration Church are suing the Jacksonville megachurch’s hand-picked trustees. https://t.co/0L3U28DFoM
— First Coast News (@FCN2go) March 18, 2022
Megachurch pastor Stovall Weems told his congregation Sunday that he met Jesus Christ in his home on Good Friday and was surprised by His personality. https://t.co/KT0dwSLSKT
— The Christian Post (@ChristianPost) April 3, 2018