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Now Open Sundays!

A Celebration of Signs From A Church With A Message

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Hardback

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Now Open Sundays! by Paul Sinclair
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Now Open Sundays! is a joyful and very funny gift book from Reverend Paul Sinclair. For the past twenty years, he has put up humorous church signs outside his Willesden church, grabbing the attention of passers-by - and indeed, on occasion, the media too. Each sign is a witty and thought-provoking reminder of faith, spreading peace and love in a wonderfully eccentric way. Regardless of religion, this book celebrates life and laughter. thanks to Dawkins and his chums, much attention has recently been devoted to damning the importance of religion. Now Open Sundays! is a unique counterpoint, skewering the foibles of the modern world with a sharp sense of humour and with God on its side.

Author Biography

Reverend Paul Sinclair is a priest and former pastor of Willesden Church. He owns Britain's only motorcycle funeral business, using a custom-made sidecar hearse (as mentioned in detail by Robbie Coltrane on 'Friday Night with Jonathan Ross'). The reverend's website is www.fasterpastor.com.
Release date Australia
March 1st, 2010
Author
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
120 colour
Imprint
Portico
Pages
112
Dimensions
194x148x9
ISBN-13
9781906032838
Product ID
3830637

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