"Jesus was all in favour of partying" - Church of England Bishop
Jun 25, 2009 12:36
A Church of England bishop has defended his decision to give dads free beer at church services on Father's Day.
Rt Rev John Inge said in response to concerns from er, Alcohol Concern that, "Jesus created a lot more wine at a point in the party when some thought that there had already been enough drinking. He was all in favour of partying".
Men at St Stephen's church in Worcester were handed bottles of beer by children during mass.
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