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Church uses Jesus Mii to attract crowds

Celebrations absent of "churchiness".

Mission Bay Community Church in San Francisco is using a Jesus Mii to advertise its Easter celebrations.

The poster shows a Mii version of Jesus next to an Easter bunny and reads, "Come and follow Mii."

Mission Bay is not your typical Church, though; they also like to play music and offer coffees to encourage visitors.

This, Mission Bay claims, means it is "absent of negative 'churchiness'".

We have all sorts of Mii designs on our Wii. One looks like a human Lassie.

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