it is very possible and likely that you'll be dismissed. You DO have to go there to appear and state your objections, and then you'll be dismissed.
If you cannot go there, at least send a notarized affidavit of why you will not be appearing and your religious beliefs.
The courts get this sometimes, so they will understand, but you have to communicate to them somehow - ignoring it will just make the problem worse.
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