Caption competition – December 2014

What are these clergy and Readers up to/saying?

captiondecember2014The winners:

  1. The chorus line for “Lazarus, the musical” start rehearsals in Bekesbourne village hall. – Frank Edwards
  2. Looking for a lost episcopal contact lens is never an easy job, but… – Murray Wilkinson
  3. ‘After two hours, members of the PCC gave in to the Vicar’s demands and begged to be allowed to go home.’ – Bob Weldon

The rest:

  • Clergy and Readers met to listen to a fifteen minute recording of a recent sermon by The Right Reverend S. Noring.  One reader woke in time to take this photo. – Paul Needham, Reader
  • The Toronto blessing finally hit Canterbury. – Phil G.
  • There was a disappointing reaction to the latest edition of the ‘Chancellor’s Regulations’. – Richard Woods
  • We’re not worthy! We’re not worthy! – T’Rev River
  • ‘Are you sure the Vicar’s lost his contact lens in here?’ – Norman Liggins
  • During an outprouring of the Holy Spirit, it is essential that all know the correct recovery position. – Liz Whateley
  • Volunteers assist with Funerals’ Seminar. – John Barton
  • “Can you hear the wood worm?” – Russell Anderson
  • At the clergy training day on safeguarding there was some confusion over whether the Toronto Blessing had returned or whether there was something wrong with the chicken soup the clergy had consumed at lunchtime. – Rev Simon Tillotson
  • “The Diocesan inaugural genuflecting workshop got off to a bad start last Thursday when instructor Daphne Trellis’ knee popped.” – Frank Edwards
  • “Blow me down, that must have been the Holy Spirit.”  – Terry Sutton
  • The “Toronto Blessing” is back! – Harry Macdonald
  • “It’s OK, the sermon’s finished”. – Frank Edwards
  • “When the Vicar said, ‘The Diocese promise there will be no increase in Parish Share next year’ he lost complete control of the PCC!” – The Rev’d Seth Cooper
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3 thoughts on “Caption competition – December 2014

  1. Liz Whateley

    During an outprouring of the Holy Spirit, it is essential that all know the correct recovery position.

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