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Between $100,000 and $200,000 has been reported stolen from the Episcopal Church of the Advent, and a former church employee is now under investigation, according to the Leon County Sheriff's Office.
Church leadership called a last-minute meeting Wednesday night at the sanctuary at 815 Piedmont Drive to explain the situation to parishioners. About 100 of them came.
"What's happening to us is not a killing blow," said Al Kaempfer, chair of the church's finance committee. "We have good, strong assets as a church."
The loss was discovered after an audit, Kaempfer said. Some of the parishioners gasped when he told them the church's finances hadn't been audited since 1998.
After the church split in February 2006, it took about a year before the church's leadership could get things back in order. The audit is one of the business practices recently implemented as part of that reorganization.
Kaempfer told the congregation how much he wanted to tell them what happened, but he can't as long as the investigation is still open. He said it would jeopardize the church's ability to recoup the money. He asked them not to ask questions.
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