Church of Plano
Go to this thread on ETS for discussion of this website
The Church of Plano, also known as The First Evangelical Church of Plano is a New Evangelical Church. The 105th Airborne Crusaders site mentions that one congregation of the New Evangelical Church donated land for the first base of the 105th Airborne Crusaders and another congregation maintained Fort Paul during a deployment. The Church of Plano is also a sola scriptura organization.
The site announces the upcoming sermon for Sunday, February 13th entitled "Whoever Resists the Authority Resists God". It also mentions Bill Chapman, a man who allegedly acted erratically after spotting The Presence.
The site lists the "Neighborhood Cleansing Program" as ongoing event, and is currently recruiting volunteers to promulgate the word of God and put one's "faith into action". Volunteers work closely with "the formidable Plano's Faithful Civil Patrol."
It's interesting to note that the two bars that appear under Plano's Faithful Civil Patrol, are close to identical to the bars that appear on yearzero.nin.com next to the track "My Violent Heart".
Note also that after using the command Ctrl+A another number is revealed: 24.10.2
In the paragraph discussing the evening sermon, some of the letters are highlighted: "tor Gr" and "ere i". These can be rearranged into "or i reGret" (among other anagrams)
It should be noted that the Church of Plano's logo (a cross with two more crosses formed on the arms) closely resembles the Seal of Baphomet, an ancient deity whom Christians associate with Satan.
Romans 13: 1-7: References submission to Authority. The February 14th sermon will focus on this chapter and verse of the bible.
Psalm 58: The subject of the evening sermon, "He Shall Wash His Feet in the Blood of the Wicked".
Currently, there are no subpages for the Church of Plano site, adding to the mystery of this organization as it is the only site that does not contain any external links.
It has been suggested that the Church of Plano is in Plano, Texas, a major suburb of the Dallas area, however this is currently mere speculation. Moreover, there is also a Plano, Illinois and this is also a possibility. The fact that the AngrySniper was located in Chicago lends some credence to this theory, although this is pure speculation, as Plano, Illinois is a rural town in comparison to the sprawling Plano, Texas.
To further validate the suggestion that the Church of Plano is in Plano, Texas, the mp3 "no hurry" from the AVOTT website forum post (topic "Cops Murder Muslim Kid") [ http://www.ninwiki.com/Nohurry.mp3 ] identifies the SWAT team as being from the Saginaw Police. There is a Saginaw, Texas  located within the same Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex as Plano, Texas (The two are 46 mi from one another). The Imam's son mentions the Sunday school strangler from the Church of Plano. Perhaps the "tip" received by the SPD originated from a "watch list of sex offenders, violent criminals, TERRORIST CELLS, and social agitators" compiled by the Plano Faithful Civil Patrol in accordance with their "Neighborhood Cleansing" program. And who are the men in the pictures below? The Imam and his son? Interestingly, they are placed just above the PFCP Neighborhood Cleanse recruitment section. Perhaps the senders of the information wanted people in the present to make a connection here.
One note, however, is that Plano, Illinois was once headquarters for the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (now known as Community of Christ). Joseph Smith III, son of slain LDS movement founder Joseph Smith, Jr., moved to Plano in 1866 and ran the church's printing operation from there.
DayStar, a Conservative Christian Televangalist Network, films most of their programming at Prestonwood Baptist Church in Plano, Texas.
Plano, Texas and the Dallas area in general are known to have a very strong conservative Christian base. Plano, Texas is also home to the Prestonwood Baptist Church, one of the largest megachurches in North America with over 26,000 members; and the Liberty Legal Institute, a major Christian political action group.
Writer Virginia Postrel said regarding Plano, Texas, "Plano is where megachurches go when they need 100 acres for their complexes. That someone has a lot of money, a professional education, and a fancy car does not mean that person isn't a quasi-fundamentalist Christian with socially conservative views. I don't have poll numbers, but I doubt that a lot of those soccer moms driving SUVs while talking on their cell phones accept Darwinian evolution--not that it comes up all that often." [source:http://www.dynamist.com/weblog/archives/002201.html]
Peculiarly, the picture of the church on the Church of Plano website has been identified to be the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in Los Angeles, California.