New Boston Religious Sect: Get Your Tail In Church This Easter

From our Traffic Jam desk

Heading out Route 9 this week, the hardlydriving staff had plenty of time to observe the series of signs planted on the median. They all featured this image:


The sponsor: StoryHeights Church, which describes itself this way:

Our Beliefs

Hi.  If you’re curious how we would technically describe ourselves, we’re StoryHeights Church and we are a Christian, full-Gospel, spirit-filled, non-denominational church. But when you get to know us, you’ll see we are normal people who love Jesus with all of our hearts and try to love people as much as He does.  We teach the simple truth of the Bible, worship God in a passionate way, and give Him our first and best in all areas of our lives.  We believe God designed the local church to be the hope of the World today as we can provide hope and healing for people looking for answers.

Our Affiliation

StoryHeights Church is part of the Association of Related Churches (ARC). Founded in 2000, by a handful of pastors who joined together to form ARC as an association of relational churches, a non-denomination organization, working with church planters, church leaders, and churches in transition to provide support, guidance and resources to launch and grow life-giving churches. In the last 10 years, ARC has planted over 350 churches nationally as well as internationally. For more information about ARC, please visit Association of Related Churches.

So. Your tail goes . . . where?

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3 Responses to New Boston Religious Sect: Get Your Tail In Church This Easter

  1. I gave up religion for lent. When is lent, again?

  2. Laurence Glavin says:

    Many people complaihned that Satan in History TV’s “The Bible” was played by an actor who resembled President Obama. I recorded one of the repeats of “the Bible” in the early morning hours to see for myself and just got to that episode. What’s interesting is that people have overlooked the fact that King Herod was portrayed as an obese, porcine, loathsome, loudmouth and the actor playing him was a dead ringer for Rush Limpbaugh Before Satan tempted JC, he slithered by him in the form of a snake, the same one from the Garden of Eden. The producers forgot to show the snake in the Adam and Eve fable as having limbs because “God” punished the snake (who was possessed by Satan and completely blameless) by taking away its limbs and making all snakes (but not the Geico Gekko or lizards) crawl on the ground. Illustrator R. Crumb DID picture the serpent in the Garden of Eden as having limbs.

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