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Superhero Sunday

Superhero Sunday

At St Paul’s, on the north side of Indianapolis, recently celebratedsuperhero 2“Superhero Sunday” where parishoners young and old were invited to dress up as their favorite hero (superhero, real-life heroes or biblical heroes).  The day even included a visit from the local police mounted patrol, who seemed to take great pleasure in dining on the church lawn.

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Congregations throughout the church celebrate and sponsor many fun events; what does your church do?

 

See more great photos here.

 

posted by Jon White

 

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Anne Bay

Great idea! We are veteran San Diego Comi-con attendees, so seeing the photo with people in cosplay is super! I hope more congregations follow suit. Stan Lee is coming again this year and needless to say he is an inspiration to us all to not be afraid to use our creative energies and imaginations to the fullest. We are getting ready with the SDCC less than a month away. And the horses are terrific!

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