A drunk stumbles along a Baptismal service down by the river on a Sunday afternoon.
The young son of a Baptist minister was in church one morning when he saw for the first time baptism by immersion. He was greatly interested in it, and the next morning proceeded to baptize… you guessed it… his three cats in the bathtub.
A church pastor was walking along when he spotted a member of his church. “John” he said, “you look miserable! What has happened to you?”
Henry Ford dies and goes to Heaven. At the Gates, St. Peter greets Ford, and tells him, “Well, you’ve been such a good guy, and your invention… the assembly line for the automobile… has changed the world. As a reward, you can hang out with anyone in Heaven you want.”
There was a church where the preacher and the song leader were not getting along. This began to spill over into the worship service.
The rabbinical student is about to leave for America. When he asks his mentor for advice, the rabbi offers an adage that, he tells the student, will guide him for the rest of his life. “Always remember,” the rabbi said sagely, “life is like a fountain.”
Recently a large seminar was held for ministers in training. Among the guests were many well-known motivational speakers.
Sarah, the church gossip and self-appointed arbiter of the congregation’s morals, kept sticking her nose into other people’s business. Several members were unappreciative of her activities, but feared her enough to maintain their silence.