As previously reported, the church is a storefront. My regular correspondent hasn't located a photo of the interior, but says, "the property (3000 sq ft) is divided up into at least 6 suites, so the available space must be similar to the photo below. Other current tenants include a fitness studio."
Storefront chapels aren't unusual for "continuing" parishes, but this sort of thing doesn't seem especially compatible with ad orientem or DW mass. As reported a year ago, what we actually find there is OF and guitar. My correspondent adds that the founding group
contained several members of the Porterfield family. Kevin Porterfield set up the website, etc and was heavily involved in programming but perhaps he lost interest at a point. In the fall of 2015 he started teaching middle school so perhaps he has less volunteer time. Or perhaps as a teacher he has discovered the wisdom of avoiding personal social media. Nothing has been updated for about two years on the OLGC website; the FB page is a stub.We might reasonably assume that ordination in the OCSP qualified Fr Waun to serve as a civilian contractor Catholic chaplain, which nicely supplements his Navy pension. The apparent lack of activity in the Our Lady of Good Counsel group suggests it is not Fr Waun's first priority.
If you found yourself in Jacksonville, NC on a Sunday, which mass would you choose? Assuming Fr Waun were still holding mass in the storefront, of course.
What problem are we trying to solve?