Tuesday, July 21, 2009

The Role of the Vicars Wife

Cranmer's Curate writes:

The parlous state of the Church of the nation makes the traditional vicar’s wife role more not less necessary.

Elderly parish churches with scarcely any children in the regular congregation do not need a vicar’s wife sporting a t-shirt at her husband’s licensing: ‘I don’t make scones.’

A wife willing to do such traditional feminine things is essential if that church is going to start attracting children and therefore families.

What a great discussion starter....! What do you think? Pop over to his site and join in the debate.

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