You can not collect for emotional distress. However, if you can convince the judge that the case is frivolous or being litigated in bad faith, an Indiana statute allows recovery of attorney's fees. You should discuss the issue with your lawyer. There is also an appellate rule that allows recovery of damages on appeal for a frivolous appeal or for procedural or substantive bad faith in the appeal.
The church is exercising it's legal right. Doing so, does not give you any grounds to sue for emotional distress.
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The short answer is "NO". Try to take solace in knowing that you apparently gained a piece of property that previously was not legally within the description of your original deed, by adverse possession. That should ease your emotional distress a little bit.