UPDATED 2x: Layman has an even more in-depth article , including The Official Agreement (unsigned) and the Press Release from the Presbytery. The PR and Covenant are on the Presbytery Front Page as well.
UPDATED: Stow Sentry story
"When you boil it down, there were about 10 things that brought us to the breaking point," said the Rev. David Weyrick, pastor of the Stow Presbyterian Church. "For instance, we felt the church had really slacked off in its emphasis on world missionaries. That was a big deal to us. The straw that probably broke the camel's back was a 2006 ruling from the [Presbyterian Church] general assembly that created the option for local churches to go against what the Book of Order says."
ED: Are they referring to PUP?
The May 13 Presbytery Packet shows that Stow first offered $30k. At least one member of the AC want to wait until the Hudson case was finished.
The story also covers the status of Hudson PC in the same Eastminster Presbytery. The Presbytery has appealed the court ruling, that the property belongs to the local church. The presbytery packet alos contains an AC report on Hudson.