Read it and weep.
It represents a new low in the victimization mentality that has infected individuals and institutions of our country. We are never at fault and the problem always belongs to someone else. You hear it all the time in churches from individuals but I think this is the first time a congregation said it to the folks who left (and left everything -- even the paperclips) behind. Is it no wonder we have trouble preaching repentance in this day and age? If nothing is ever my fault and someone else can be blamed, I do not need to repent. And I learned it at church!