bothers, Hallelujaj sisters, and the rest of you. Welcome, welcome, welcome, so
nice to see old friends, old acquaintances, fellow parishioners and so many new faces. Today I would
like to talk abo – Burnout Aussie,
are you drinking! put it away. I would like to talk about the changes
that have been going on in the parish, as many of you kn – Rotherham Poofter, what are you and
Lord Mandelslime doing down there! Get up! The congregation does not kneel during the sermon. As many of you know the parish has been inundated with refugees
and immigrants recently, while many of you have been very welcoming, I’m
thinking of you Ms Tiredofeulies, some of you have not been as welcomi – Jabba, if you’re drawing on the pews
again! – welcoming as one would hope of good Christians. The
Methodists may have some customs that we are unfamiliar with and change is
always a challen – SC, there is
more than enough room for the young lady to sit on the pew! – challenge. However, I would implore you all to show some moderation.
Next, I believe some of you are complaining about the quality of – Is that you lurking in the vestibule ReevoGuido? – in or out boy, take a pew, quality of the sermons, might I remind you, especially if you are new here as to what the editorial policy is, there isn’t one, though you are always welcome to come up to the pulpit and deliver a sermon of your own. See me.