When Eric Church and his wife, Emily, moved to Florida, Florida was a hotbed of evangelical Christianity.
The Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster was the largest church in the state, with more than a million members and about 2 million people attending services each week.
Now, the couple is looking to leave their former congregation.
“I’m moving out,” Eric Church, 58, told The Christian Post.
“It’s not a big deal, because it’s not like I’m going to be getting married and having kids.
I’m not going to have kids.”
But in the end, it’s a move that’s difficult to make, especially after the church’s founder and namesake, Eric Francis Church, died in 2009.
“The church had a history of discrimination, and we had to get rid of that,” Eric, 58 says of his decision to leave the Church of The Flying Sprammies.
“And that’s where we went wrong.
The church was a place where we were able to celebrate the faith, but we didn’t celebrate it as a family.”
The couple, who have been married for 10 years, moved from New York to Florida in 2011 and have been looking for a place to settle down for years.
But after a year in Florida, they felt overwhelmed with the lack of jobs.
“We didn’t have enough money to be able to keep our home and rent it,” Eric says.
“Our kids were going to school.
We didn’t even have a car to get to work.”
But it wasn’t until Eric and Emily, who were raised Catholic, had their son, who is a year older than Eric, that they were able make the move.
“My wife, she was so upset that we had moved, because she felt like we were abandoning the faith,” Eric said.
“But she knew that was the best way to go, because we were going there to find a place that was family friendly.”
The Church’s founder Eric Francis started the church in New York in 1929.
Today, the Church is one of the largest in the United States, with about 1.4 million members.
The faith is a religion of compassion and peace, and Eric, who has no children of his own, and his family have dedicated themselves to the cause.
“This was a very good opportunity for us to come and start a family, and it’s been a very happy journey,” Eric explained.
“That’s really what the church is about, to take care of the poor and to give back.”
But the Church has faced criticism for not doing more to welcome immigrants.
For instance, a report in 2015 found that the church had received only 14 applications for its refugee program, a number that the organization said was too low.
And in 2015, the church faced scrutiny when the church said it would be opening its doors to gay refugees, but only to “family members of the church.”
In 2016, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops also criticized the church, saying it was “inadequate” to handle the growing numbers of people fleeing violence and persecution.
The Catholic Church has tried to make the church welcoming to those fleeing persecution in the past, but that has largely been unsuccessful.
But the church says it is open to accepting refugees if they do come from a place with a culture that supports diversity and tolerance.
“There are people in America who are fleeing violence,” Church of Spam and Spam is a weekly show that explores the origins of the Church.
“So when you talk about immigrants, the reason why it’s important to us is because we want to provide them with a safe place to live, and to be welcomed into a community where they can grow into the faith and live out the gospel,” Eric told the Christian Post in 2014.
“They are not coming here to convert to a new faith.
They are coming here for a life that they love, and they are not going anywhere.”
In the past few years, the community has also begun to question whether or not the Church will continue to provide shelter to people fleeing persecution, and whether the church will be a welcoming place for refugees.
Church of God, a Christian television show on the same network, recently asked the Church if it would welcome refugees.
In response, the show’s executive producer, Janae Robinson, told Mashable, “We’re not sure we’d be able as a church to continue to offer shelter to the refugees we currently are.”
She continued, “As the number of refugees in the world continues to increase, so too do the number who seek refuge in our church.
But even after the Church says it will welcome refugees, there are some who are concerned. “
If a refugee has made the right choice, then we can welcome them as we would anyone else,” Robinson added.
But even after the Church says it will welcome refugees, there are some who are concerned.
“In a way, I