Jewish sunday school humor
My Jewish brother married a Catholic wife. They've
got two daughters, with a son on the way.
The wife has been taking the daughters to Church
every Sunday. One Sunday, during high mass, the
older daughter (age 5) whispers in her mother's
ear, "Can we go home now?"
"Not yet," replies her mother, "the mass is only
"We can go now, Mommy. I'm half-Jewish!"
A heavy snowstorm closed the schools in one town.
When the children returned to school a few days later,
one grade school teacher asked her students whether
they had used the time away from school constructively.
"I sure did, teacher," one little girl replied. "I prayed
for more snow."
On Ash Wednesday, congregants at Kilbourne
(Ohio) United Methodist Church were coming
forward for the imposition of ashes on their foreheads.
Two-year-old Brenna Wagoner, upset that her mother
was not taking her to the altar, was overheard
exclaiming: "But I want to get a tattoo just like Daddy's!"
Rev. David A. Stammerjohn, pastor of Laboratory
Presbyterian Church, Washington, Pennsylvania,
spent a week at the Synod school with his two children.
The school's theme focused on Moses and the Exodus.
When they returned home, his five-year-old daughter
excitedly greeted her mother: "Guess what, Mommy.
We made unleaded bread!"
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