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Orchard Road Presbyterian Church draws visitors with parody Avengers: Endgame banner

Reddit user Jarvisgo shared a picture of the banner online. Instead of Marvel Studios presenting Avengers: Endgame, the banner invites visitors to the "Marvelous God's Almighty Endgame"

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A local church has been using the craze over Marvel’s long-awaited Avengers: Endgame to draw visitors by creating a catchy banner mirroring the posters of the superhero film.

Reddit user Jarvisgo shared a picture of the banner online. Instead of Marvel Studios presenting Avengers: Endgame, the banner invites visitors to the “Marvelous God’s Almighty Endgame”.

Citing Ephesians 1:9-10, the banner states: “God’s end game is that in the fullness of time He will gather together in one, all things in Christ, which are in heaven and on earth.”

u/jarvisgo’s post showing the banner went viral on Reddit, with over 1,000 upvotes, after he published this meme on the memes subreddit:

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This is not the first time Orchard Road Presbyterian Church has used a parody of a Marvel Cinematic Universe film poster around the facade of their premises.

About a year ago, the church also made a parody poster following the design of Avengers: Infinity War, close to the film’s release date in April.

Presenting “the Almighty Infinite God” by the “Marvelous Saviour,” that poster cited Revelations 1:8 as it said: “I am the Alpha and the Omega,” says the Lord, “who is and who was and who is to come, the Almighty.”

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Netizens responding to both posters praised the church’s design and communications team while some opined that the banners would draw them to attend service.

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