In what sounds like a scene from a British farce, banners made for Acomb Parish in York misspelled Christ as “Chris,” declaring “Chris Is Risen.” But luckily, the mistake was discovered at the printer before the posters were delivered, assistant curate Ned Lunn told BBC News.
A photo of the error on BBC Radio York’s Facebook page has been shared more than 3,500 times (at the time of publication). Users are cracking jokes in the comments section, and the news outlet even wrote, “More T vicar? Good News for Chris, though!”
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