Thursday, July 30, 2009

HEY, LOOK ME OVER!!

I don't know where this was taken or who those people are(I assume they're Episcopalians) and I don't want to know. But if you are a Christian minister and you're ever tempted to put one of those on, I must repeat a principle I thought was self-evident.

Christian worship is not supposed to be about you.

14 comments:

District8th said...

Is that a surfboard they're using as an altar?

Anonymous said...

A surfboard sitting on top of a waste barrel. Slick.

Rafael Cresci said...

The words; there is not sufficient a "priest" to do that crazy stuff, there is also a "deacon"!

cmsigler said...

For in the night in which He was betrayed, He took bread, and when He had given thanks, He brake it, and gave it to his disciples saying, "Dudes! Check it! We sure shredded some gnarly curls today! Now let's chow down on some mondo unleavened Passover bread! Righteous!"

Anonymous: IMHO the word you're looking for is "sick," not slick.

Laura R. said...

... and a green plastic garbage bag for an altar frontal?

Anonymous said...

I was being sarcastic. (above)

Rufus Opus said...

I don't see what the big deal is. Jesus loves the fashionably challenged self-aggrandizing Episcopalians as much as He does everyone else, right?

Except me. He totally Loves me more than you.

revmlt said...

I thought she was dressed up in the green thing...

until I realized what it really was.

Terrence Berres said...

It's not surfin' leaders, it's servant leaders?

Never mind.

Anonymous said...

lighten up lameos

Anonymous said...

It's your basic lesbian liturgy on the beach in Santa Monica. Hate to say it, but I live in the parish. Don't attend it though, would rather go to Saint Monica's down the street even though I can't receive communion.

Anonymous said...

at first I thought she was a rodeo clown popping out the barrell. More than scary enough to make a steer drop its cowboy and run off.
H.

C. Wingate said...

Well, at least the frontal (I suppose it could be called Laudian in some way) is the right color for the season. It is summer, right?

Shaun said...

I don't know where to begin. This is wrong on so many levels. If ever I dress like this, just pension me off.