Halloween Evangelism

Published October 29th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

Halloween is a prime Pastafarian evangelism opportunity, the one night of the year that pirates and wenches can walk around in traditional regalia free from persecution.

Here’s a collection of Halloween Missionaries, and below that a collection of Propaganda Pumpkins. These are from the last few years.  Please send me your photos from this year’s festivities and I’ll add them here.


Halloween Missionaries




I still remember this guy's nickname, Slabcock.


Propaganda Pumpkins





(I made this one).

Send me your Halloween photos, I’ll put them up here.   * I see several photos in my email, thanks!  Keep sending, I’ll post them soon *

43 Responses to “Halloween Evangelism”

  1. dofollowdiver says:

    There are a lot of strange comments on here.

  2. callum says:

    And to think i used to think religion was boring… pastafarian-ism has truly opened my eyes and enlightened me. I shall drink beer on a friday!

  3. Adrian says:

    Hello everybody,

    I can`t find a contact link here, but if someone can help me. I am a citizen of Serbia, and in the next couple of months there is going to be a census, and I want to declare myself as Pastafarian but i am worried if this would be OK since there are fines from 200 to 500 euros :).

    Greetings everybody!

  4. bugatti veyron price details says:

    Some truly great posts on this site, appreciate it for contribution.

  5. Justin K says:

    Wow, this site is amazing, I am Mormon, Italian heritage, and weirdly enough, also love pirates and used to drink like one.

    Thank god someone finally has a sense of humour!!!!!!!!!!! Way too many serious religious people.

    If someone told me that this was a option when I was younger, pirates, pasta, and halloween “missionaries”, you would have had me at hello.

    Alas I am taken, “sigh”.

    Cheers and keep up the good work!

    • Keith says:

      Doesn’t matter how old you are, Justin. You can always change. I converted at the ripe old age of 55. Still, if you keep your religion and still maintain a sense of humour that’s good too!

    • Justin K says:

      My name is also Justin K. Im not a mormon..have Australian heritage …dont like pirates (cause I grew up reading “the Phantom” by Lee Falk) but love beer…. I found this site by FB…and love it. Charles Darwin is a hero of mine & I still have a UK 10 pound note…on which his excellency is clearly shown. its a souvenir. Viva – La revolution le Common sense !!!!!

      to the other JustinK …Youre a good dude…..

      to the guys with enough gumption to make this fairly gentle spoof happen & help the world take itself a bit less seriously …well youre all cool. (especially the Austrian fellow with the colander)

      Everyone’s free to believe what they want I guess. but not to hurt other people for it. guess the truths that logical thought reveal aren’t always easy to swallow..

      In the meantime…Im gonna get me a FSM T-shirt..

  6. vmaxjjc says:

    all hail the austrian for bringing the FSM to the masses, i am converted. “all hail the FSM”

  7. CMW says:

    Nice work. I love the pirates in the first pic.

  8. Simon says:

    This is great. Born a Catholic, realised that the Pope was Satan incarnate, experimented with aethiesm and agnosticism, tried teh Force but couldn’t even get a glow from my light sabre. Now I have received a true message from ???, well not sure but I guess has tentacles. I will throw myself (actually marginally move towards) an undogmatic (I like dogs) belief in Pasta. We make our own as well so it fits!

    • TiltedHorizon says:

      Welcome to FSM Simon, please help yourself to a brew of choice. I am also an ex-Catholic, I never considered the Pope to be Satan but there is an uncanny resemblance with the Emperor from Star Wars.

      • Simon says:

        I also like the pirates

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