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The Lost Art of Friendship Caption Contest

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As we begin our new sermon series on friendship, we’ll be digging into Scripture and into the past to learn how we can reclaim the lost art of making and keeping friends.

Friendship is a funny thing, and so are these vintage friend photos! That’s why over the next six weeks during our series on Friendship, we’re holding a caption contest!

Each Sunday, we will feature a new photo ​of a friendship from the past. You submit your best line by Friday and we’ll announce the winners the following Sunday. Disclaimer: There will be no prizes other than the glory of hearing YOUR caption read aloud on the livestream 😉

You can view each week’s photo and some of the submitted captions either in-person in the Gathering Area at Woodland, on our Facebook and Twitter, or right on this page!

Have fun – and make sure to pass this on to your friends!

Week 1

Winning Caption:
“We didn’t make front page, but we made a headline!” -Swank

Runner-ups:
*crinkle crinkle* Mary hold still. You’re making headlines.” -Molly
“Look Ma, we’re in the newspaper!” -Ruth

Week 2

Winning Caption:
“Coming Summer of 2022… Fast and the Furious: The Prequel” -Andrea

Runner-ups:
“Walter and his chums passed many happy hours gallivanting about in his snappy Chrysler Etch-A-Sketch.” -Jon
“We would like to trade this in for a Tesla” -Diane

Week 3

Winning Caption:
“Uber says the buggy will be here in 5 minutes.” -Helen

Runner-ups:
“Gosh, Polly, I can’t believe she unfriended you just because you dinked her in pickleball. “ -John W.
“Mable showing off how many likes she has on her telegraph post.” -Dan

Week 4

Now taking caption submissions here!

One thought on “The Lost Art of Friendship Caption Contest

  1. Rob says:

    That Greg Boyd…at it again on Twitter!

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