Richmond Christian Center
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The Richmond Christian Center has had to put off celebrating its emergence from bankruptcy after nearly two years under court supervision. The 300-member South Side church has been told some issues still need to be resolved before the U.S. Bankruptcy Court can approve RCC’s reorganization plan and allow it to leave bankruptcy court protection.
The Richmond Christian Center might not have to sell its sanctuary after all.
The bankrupt Richmond Christian Center has gained a fresh 12-day opportunity.
The prominent Richmond Christian Center at 214 Cowardin Ave. is one of several sanctuaries that are on the market, including the former home of Second Baptist Church of South Richmond a few blocks away and Sharon Baptist Church in Jackson Ward.
Pastor Stephen A. Parson has spent more than 16 months fending off a lender’s attempt to foreclose on the current South Side home of the Richmond Christian Center he founded more than 30 years ago.