Easter church banner declares that ‘Chris Is Risen’

Every Easter, Christians celebrate the return of their beloved Jesus. But this year, someone else is making an exciting comeback: Chris.

According to the Daily Mail, the committee at Acomb Parish Church in North Yorkshire, U.K., ordered a couple of signs that were supposed to read “Christ Is Risen” in bold red font. But after those long 40 days of Lent, a brilliant typo from on high resulted an entirely different message.

Catherine Lloyd posted a photo of the sign to the Unvirtuous Abbey Facebook page. 

Catherine Lloyd/Facebook

While the sign itself is quite the riot, there’s gold in the comments as well. One man named Chris wrote, “I have risen every morning so far. I plan to continue. Thank you for the support.” Meanwhile, another commenter hopped on the typo train and wrote, “Thank the lard.”

Tim Nyberg got a little creative and flexed his photo editing skills, adding a particularly infamous Chris to the mix.

Happy Easter to Chrises everywhere. 

H/T Daily Mail | Photo via staceycav/Flickr (CC BY 2.0)

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