LANSING - A cannabis congregation.
A parish of pot supporters.
Robert Killips | Lansing State Journal
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Approximately 50 people gathered Sunday in south Lansing for the debut of a new church: The First Cannabis Church of Logic and Reason.
The gathering was a kick-off for what organizer Jeremy Hall hopes will become monthly meetings celebrating cannabis' spiritual properties.
He chooses the word spirituality intentionally. The church has no specific ideology, no texts or prophets to speak of.
"The biggest question I get is, 'How can this be a church if we don't subscribe to a religious theology?'" he told attendees.
"Well, the reality is it sounded better than a cannabis cult."
Those sitting in the worship room laughed.