TULSA, Okla. (AP) - An Oklahoma congregation that split with its
denomination two years ago has agreed to buy back church property
that it lost in a court battle.
Members of Tulsa's Kirk of the Hills Presbyterian Church voted Sunday to accept an agreement with the Presbyterian Church (USA) to buy the property for $1.75 million and to end all litigation.
The court battle began when the church left the denomination over concerns about its liberal drift, and asked a Tulsa judge to rule that the church owned the property. Instead, Judge Jefferson Sellers ruled that the property belonged to the denomination.
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