Wednesday, 15 April 2009

Another Easter Tale

Again from The Herald Diary...

A final Easter tale. Sandy Greehhorn of Kilmacolm tells of the Greenock minister who, at the end of the service, thanked the congregation for the effort they'd put in to the traditional "dressing of the cross" ceremony.

In an excited, highly appreciative voice, he talked about the wonderful work carried out in the preparation of the beautiful flowers, the crown of thorns, the grave clothes and so on.

However, when he declared his unbridled joy at having so many committed cross-dressers in his church, the laughter could have been heard in the heavens above. 

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