“Church Night conveniently straddles the line between satire and sacrilege. And every show is meticulously planned, beautifully written, and irresistibly funny.” - Brightest Young Things

“When this pilot airs on Comedy Central in about five years, don’t be too surprised.” -Washington City Paper

“When this pilot airs on Comedy Central in about five years, don’t be too surprised.” -Washington City Paper

"The church service that services you," Church Night is an eccentric, fake church service that updates the famed Church Lady Saturday Night Live sketch for the Tim & Eric generation. Regularly selling out DC rock club, Black Cat, the live show, featuring rotating stand-up comedy and burlesque acts, is something of a cult classic around Washington. In 2016, Church Night expanded to NYC, capturing the hearts and minds of the constituents of East Williamsburg aka Bushwick. Due to the popularity of these regular shows, Church Night has performed at the New York Comedy Festival in Scotland at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and at Tig Notaro’s comedy festival, The Bentzen Ball.

In 2015, the group released Church Night TV, a web-series spoofing low-budget, religious television programming. The series won multiple awards including Best Web Series at Indie Capitol Awards and Best Comedy Series at LA Webfest and Dublin Webfest. To further the growth of their online audience, Church Night launched a new podcast, Devoted to Faith (DTF) in Spring 2017 and is currently recording a comedy musical album featuring original and parody hymns, raps, heavy metals, and slow jamz.

Church Night is written, produced, and performed by Linsay Deming, Landon Letzkus, and Jeremy Frank.

Booking inquires may be sent to info@churchnight.org.

“The buzz surrounding this alternative church service... is biblical.” - The Washington Post

“Give us your lame, your poor, your drunk, your fat, and your cats”

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