The Church Sofa Awards 2015

Welcome to the sixth (SIXTH!) edition of The Church Sofa Awards.

This is where we celebrate the best and sometimes worse moments of 2015, featured both on this blog and around the internet. Obviously the standard rules apply, no actual awards will be given out or indeed harmed during these proceedings.

The first award is…

Church Notice Board of The Year:  Well this interesting bit of advertising seemed popular again. Not sure why…


Twitter Hero of The Year: @ChurchLive. A year long project from the Church of  England in partnership with TwitterUK to broadcast church services across the world using the Periscope app. If you’re home at Church time on a Sunday morning, then check it out and attend Church online instead.

Most useful Church Sofa List: Sofa does try and educate people about Church and Churchy things through the form of lists. This years most popular list seems to be A Reminder of What Is Not in The Bible. I still sometimes ponder writing more about what isn’t in the Bible….

Returning Face: Mark Driscoll who has filed papers registering his new church in Arizona…

Most Popular Thing Jesus Didn’t Say:

Simpsons Moment of The Year:

Taking a trip to Lego Church…

Hero of The World.

The characters within Sofas world have voted, debated, and voted again, and theres only one winner.

In a year which benefits cuts increased, Terror visited Paris, The Rugby World Cup came to England, and  Tragedy swept over the Med, one man managed to get drum up a lot of interest in American Politics.

This man is Donald Trump*.

Congratulations Donald !

*This last award may not be serious… Actually none of them are really serious…

What do you reckon? Are then any awards which we should have included??

Any awards that should have been different?

Any highlights that we’ve missed out?

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