Seventh Day Adventist Chick-Fil-A Franchise: Sunday Hours Offered


For those who have ever wished (the ungodly thought) that Chick-Fil-A was open on a Sunday there is good news for you (if you ignore the judging you’ll get from other more godly Christians around you).

In a historic business acquisition earlier this week, a local Chick-Fil-A franchise has changed ownership to a Seventh Day Adventist, Ellen Whitehead.

Ellen Whitehead’s spokesperson said that she had always dreamed of owning a fast-food chain, but was overwhelmed by the amount of energy and investment involved in making a prophet, I mean profit. When her husband agreed to help her make a go of this amazing opportunity, Ellen signed the papers and the transaction was completed.

Unlike every other Chick-Fil-A in the world, this one will have Sunday hours, but there is a catch: this location will be closed on Saturdays in order to observe the Sabbath.

The other downfall is that Whitehead and her followers do not consume meats, so they will be unable to patronize this restaurant.

But the good news for those of us who do not hold to Old Testament regulations is that we will be able to enjoy the official chicken of Jesus every Sunday after church!

Just when you thought the world was falling apart, light pierces the darkness giving hope to chicken lovers; but not at all locations—actually, just this one.

Reporter: Angry Nursery Worker

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