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Coronavirus Turns Church Assembly Into Chinese Restaurant

Singapore born Anglican pastor Eileen Harrop who became a Church of England minister in 2012, uses chopsticks to distribute Last supper bread.

Harrop is a vicar in Gainford and Winston, County Durham (North East England). Because of the coronavirus, she uses especially long chopsticks.

She loves Asian cuisine and felt confident in using the utensils for what she calls a sacred act (PremierChristian.news, August 10).

At a certain point, she said to herself, “Why can’t I use a long pair of chopsticks, real bread rather than wafers, and drop it into the communicants’ hands?”

Novella Nurney
Also the cartoon has Zero Context!! Obviously the C of E is NOT "the religion we received and passed on".
Sorry, I'm cantankerous today.🥴
Ultraviolet
Never apologize when you're being awesome. :D
Novella Nurney
Where did the cartoon go? Hmmmmmm, we've got another mystery to solve guys!
Also the matching " trim" decoration on the priestesses's welding mask is just, just ,Oh, so ...something or other.It needs a smiley face sticker to really top it off. Oh, the depths of dunced depravity that the Covitians have fallen!!! Lord have Mercy!
Novella Nurney
This borders on CNN headline twisting, it's a woman" priestess" , and C of E church. If you look a bit harder ( painful to say, but heartbreakingly true) you could expose this horrific desecration to the Actual Body,Blood, Soul and Divinity of the True Eucharistic Lord . As opposed to a C of E priestess serving crackers with chopsticks!
Novella Nurney
@Ultraviolet, Reeeeeeeeeaaaaacccciiiiissssst. Plus +hot mustard from restaurants is usually gross, invest in a jar. Also # 9 with extra something is better.;)
Ultraviolet
Imma pokin' fun at her culture, not her race. Chopsticks and dodgy Engrish are common among many Azn cultures. :D ...annnnd she introduced this cultural affectation which makes it a valid point of mockery discussion.

As a New York Supreme Court Judge once famously said, "Counselor, you opened the door and since you opened the door he has a right to proceed."

Why U No Like Hot Mustahd? …More
Imma pokin' fun at her culture, not her race. Chopsticks and dodgy Engrish are common among many Azn cultures. :D ...annnnd she introduced this cultural affectation which makes it a valid point of mockery discussion.

As a New York Supreme Court Judge once famously said, "Counselor, you opened the door and since you opened the door he has a right to proceed."

Why U No Like Hot Mustahd? You must have some horrible restaurants in your area. I know the Belching Dragon is a nation-wide franchise. :P

In this neck of the woods, hot mustard is consistently awesome. A -jar- of hot mustard? You mean store bought? Sun Luck is okay, but only just. The real-deal restaurant stuff comes in a can. It's a powdered base and you can buy it in small quantities.

Then every chef tweaks it with his own mix of "extras" commonly using horseradish. For truly hot mustard made super quick with an authentic "good restaurant" taste, I start with S&B and then ramp it up using Inglehoffer Extra Hot Horseradish Mustard.. Yes, this is staight outta Meme-Town "Yo dawg, I heard you like hot mustard so I added hot mustard to your hot mustard." But it works and the taste? Sublime.

And it's better than the stuff at your local Belching Dragon. :D
Novella Nurney
Dont you sass me! I'm no dullard. I knew what you meant! Lol, Many a year ago I worked as a bartender/waitress/ English speaking liaison for a sushi restaurant. Oh, the delightful stories I have from that sojourn. The Missis Ling Dong who was a lovely 23 year old Chinese immigrant had for breakfast every morning a cup of Sanka ,in which she would dip a smoked chicken foot. Ahhhhhh, the good old …More
Dont you sass me! I'm no dullard. I knew what you meant! Lol, Many a year ago I worked as a bartender/waitress/ English speaking liaison for a sushi restaurant. Oh, the delightful stories I have from that sojourn. The Missis Ling Dong who was a lovely 23 year old Chinese immigrant had for breakfast every morning a cup of Sanka ,in which she would dip a smoked chicken foot. Ahhhhhh, the good old days!
I confess I am not a hot mustard fan except for certain restaurant concoctions. Sadly, most take out ,round these parts just has the icky little packages of gold coloured slime. But I do love wasabi! I still pick it up occasionally from the restaurant I worked at 20 years ago, and thier pickled ginger.
Ultraviolet
This is undoubtedly more risky and unsafe (to The Lord) than simply (carefully) placing the Eucharist onto the communicant's outstretched tongue. The human hand is more dextrous than the human hand manipulating two wooden sticks. Treating Christ like He's a piece of food betrays how He's perceived.

She should get back to the kitchen and finish my order of #19. Don't forget the hot mustard cups …More
This is undoubtedly more risky and unsafe (to The Lord) than simply (carefully) placing the Eucharist onto the communicant's outstretched tongue. The human hand is more dextrous than the human hand manipulating two wooden sticks. Treating Christ like He's a piece of food betrays how He's perceived.

She should get back to the kitchen and finish my order of #19. Don't forget the hot mustard cups this time, Smiley. :P

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mccallansteve
I see this dopey woman likes to play dress up and entertain people
Be Ye Separate
I don't think this woman has any idea, of how far into the bizarre, she has gone.
Does this Pastorette and her fellow Anglicans chop heads off, for the celebration of St. King Henry Vlll day?
Zech4:6
They're so lost.
AlexBKaiser
Catholics are following their paths.
Zech4:6
@AlexBKaiser if anyone really believed that the bread is Jesus Christ they wouldn't do this to Him.
Alex A
@Still I Rise>Love the parable of "The Good Shepherd".