Charles St. AME church, OneUnited square off in court

The battle between the Charles Street African Methodist Episcopal Church and OneUnited Bank moves back to US Bankruptcy Court Wednesday, after the two sides were unable to negotiate a settlement over real estate loans the church owes the lender, according to the church’s lawyer.

The bankruptcy case pits two of the most prominent institutions of Boston’s African-American community against each other and featured church members picketing the bank after it threatened to auction off the church in February.

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