'FunnyYou Should Say That!'
On these pages we publish jokes, cartoons and
oddities, with a Christian connection, as well as a few
that aren't religious, but which caught the website manager's
fancy. Apologies are unreservedly offered to any individual or
publication we have not been able to trace and acknowledge or
who would have preferred not to share the joke with a wider
public. Apologies likewise tendered to those who are not amused
by what they read or see, or who may find any item not entirely
politically correct. No apologies to those who feel that a
Church website is no place for such things - we are happy to
believe that God has a sense of humour, otherwise he would not
have created the human race, let alone the people of Saint
Faith's in general and the website manager in particular. It
goes without saying that any perceived bias or incorrect
thinking contained or implied by these various offerings in no
way reflects the views of our church or any of its members...
although many of them share this writer's unreconstructed sense
If you have a joke - or a source of humour - you
would like to share, then please get in touch. Visitors are
more than welcome to share, publish or plagiarise these
Apologies for any missing cartoons.
Click here to access the first hundred offerings, posted from 2005 onwards.
Click here for jokes
posted in 2012 and 2013 (those that haven't disappeared into
cyberspace, that is...)
Click here to
access a collection of curious items (including many non-P.C.
offerings) from various sources
... and here for a feature reproducing newspaper articles and comments on more serious topics of interest to the Christian community.
A small boy was attending his first wedding. After the service, his cousin asked him, “How many women can a man marry?”
“Sixteen,” the boy confidently replied. His
cousin was amazed that he had an answer so quickly.
“How do you know that?” he asked.
“Easy,” the small boy said. “All you have to do is add it up, like the vicar said. 4 better, 4 worse, 4 richer, 4 poorer.”