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Nope, I think GGreatOne is collecting Copelandia chlorocystis, or possibly Panaeolus castaneifolius.
However, these photos are great but the shrooms are a little old. A few days earlier would have given us the correct color of the shrooms in their fresh stages rather than in their final drying before rotting stage.
I do not think thyey are in the southeast or west and I also think that it could be a fluke growth and nowhere else, but I could be wrong.
They could be all over if the sod at the church was new or the spores were in the fertilizers.
I do not think the mycologists asked the Church Pastors where the soil or fertilizers came from. Now that would have been intereting.
Have a shroomy day and may all of your days be shroomy.