Marianne, vicar of a local church in financial straits and desperate for funds for repairs, accepts an offer from an advertising agency to help boost income. The agency's idea of selling adverstising space on chuch premises in a simple one, but is effective beyond everyone's dreams. The idea quickly catches on and before long, churches and cathedrals up and down the country are vying to outdo one another in the daringness of their promotional and commercial ideas. As a result, the C of E becomes so financially viable that the Governement decides to privatise it, issuing shares on the basis of church attendence. Chuch growth rockets and the money continues to flow in. It all seems to good to be true until, a few days after the flotation, a corporate raid sees a majority of the shares brought up. . . Who is the new ornew of the C of E?