Church’s Western-Themed Easter Play Sees Cowboy Jesus Getting Shot and Then Crucified + Wild Yellow Face

Church of the Rock in Winnipeg, led by pastor Mark Hughes, is known for its unique Easter sermons, interpreting the death, burial, and resurrection of the Lord of Glory as Hollywood blockbusters, ranging from Monty Python and the Holy Grail to Toy Story, Star Wars, Tombstone, Indiana Jones, Robin Hood, Back to the Future, and Pirates of the Caribbean.

We last covered them after they crucified Iron Man on stage, then crucified Buzz Lightyear,  Simba.  and then most recently Batman. A straightforward exegesis and the proclamation of the good news of the resurrection as told by the scriptures is seemingly out of the question, and so the sermon is  mashup of Tombstone and various spaghetti westerns, featuring shooutouts, outlaws, a bunch of musical numbers, and at one point, a white guy dressed up as an Asian shopkeeper doing Russell Peter’s infamous comedy sketch. 

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3 thoughts on “Church’s Western-Themed Easter Play Sees Cowboy Jesus Getting Shot and Then Crucified + Wild Yellow Face

  1. What’s going on in the Church is always a barometer of where the world is. This stuff has gotten worse and worse since I started here on this site 6 y.o. about. With everything else aside and seeing the mass madness…I am leaning towards the view we are deep into 2 strongly leaning to believe we are deep intoThessalonians 9-11. Strong Delusion abounds in all places it does seem to be the case.

  2. Between Church by the Glades in Coral Springs, Florida, and now Church on the Rock in Winnipeg they pretty much have North America covered with non-biblical spiritutainment.

    And zero chance the Gospel is actually preached 😢

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