Chili and Freedom

Rev. Cliff WarnerCliffNotes

Frank and Jesse James had a moral compass after all. According to the International Chili Society, these two outlaws fell prey to the taste of chili and “are said to have eaten a few bowls of ‘red’ before pulling many of their bank jobs. At least one town . . . was spared from their shooting and looting by the local chili parlor. Fort Worth had a chili joint just north of town, and the James boys rode in there just for the chili, vowing never to rob their bank because ‘anyplace that has a chili joint like this just oughta’ be treated better.'” Such mercy just warms the heart.

If you want to sample the best chili that the men of Christ Church have to offer, join us this Sunday after the 2nd service. Not bringing chili? Follow this link to see what items to bring. We’ll have all kinds of chili imaginable, from the mild and flavorful to the bowls of ‘red’ that’ll do more than warm your heart; it’ll burn your lips and set you free.

We’ll also have Irish dancing and live Irish music by “Raising Jane.” Don’t miss this. Warm your heart. Burn your lips. Get on your dancin’ shoes. Bring a friend. Be set free.

Free indeed,