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A commentor has bought to our attention another possible C3 Church scandal.
“There was a messy business at the Mt Annan Church over a family who left around 1999. If my memory serves me, the children attended the school, and the father worked, unpaid as a tradesman on the church property. When he asked for wages, all hell broke loose. It resulted in a church split, as the Pastor disciplined the father for rebellion in front of the congregation, while the fathers children were present. It got messy, because another high profile couple came to their defence. The wife was the press secretary for the local member who was the Finance Minister, and her husband was on council. The families left; but not without a bitter split in the church, which all began with money. I don’t know where the families are, though I do know there was sadness for [a] couple who came to their defence. The husband died, and she ( sorry can’t remember her name) left the area. I was at the Campbelltown church which is how I know about it. Yeah everyone knew about it.” – Sally Meyers, http://c3churchwatch.wordpress.com/2012/09/21/c3-penrith-scandal-part-2-sex-money-power/#comment-1990, 21/09/2012 at 8:41 am.
They went on to say,
“As for the issue that took place at Mount Annan, it would have been swept under the rug, if others hadn’t got involved. Adrian would have been worried, with their support, and political influence, the ‘rebellious’ Pastor was going to take his cause to an industrial relations tribunal.
If I could remember their names, I’d email them to you, but you won’t have any difficulty finding out who was involved. All this stuff is in the public domain.” – Sally Meyers, http://c3churchwatch.wordpress.com/2012/09/21/c3-penrith-scandal-part-2-sex-money-power/#comment-2021, 24/09/2012 at 9:15 pm.
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