There’s the religious right. And the religious wrong.
Sister Helen Holy falls somewhere in between.
Faithful followers of Paul J. Williams’ “altar ego” are singing praises and making animal sacrifices (slaughtered lambs make great tacos, FYI) in celebration of the Righteous One’s two-night Live Christian Broadcast on August 25 and 26.
Sister Helen Holy preaches the Gospel each week in The 701 Club on our site and now she’s bringing her ripped-from-the-headlines comedy and praise-Jeebus music with Elenor Roseafelt (R. Michael Stephens) at the piano. All in front of a live audience to raise money for Legacy Counseling Center and all the great services the organization offers.
Tickets are only $45, but VIP packages include a pre-show “Church Supper” (a traditional covered dish meal with beer and wine) and a post-show “Fellowship Communion” (also with beer and wine!) Plus, rumor on the mount has it that VIP tickets can be retained as Fast Passes into Heaven should the Rapture come during either performance. (General admission ticket holders risk being left behind altogether.)
Sponsorships are also available for any high-roller holy rollers out there who want to really make a difference in the lives of people with HIV and AIDS.
But whether you place coins in the offering plate or large, crisp bills, you’re guaranteed a night of Satan-slaying satire and, more than likely, Sister Helen Holy down on her knees.
Thursday, August 25 and Friday, August 26
7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Tickets: $45-$100 (VIP)
Sponsorships: $500-$5,000 (all include VIP tickets)
Sammons Center for the Arts
3630 Harry Hines Boulevard, Dallas