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Adam is overwhelmed after his church sermons in London hit a major population rise and deals with the sudden flood of patrons and because of a rumoured great report from Ofsted about the local church school with local parents become desparate to have their children enrolled. Meanwhile Adam becomes tempted to trade an spot in the school for money to get a stained glass window in the church restored.
The archdeacon tells Adam that the collection plates from his church are not receiving enough revenue, needing more generous people, Adam loans priest Darren Betts the church for his sermons since Darren's is undergoing renovations. However a problem erupts when Darren will not leave Adam's church after the hard work he did transforming the church to a modern version. Meanwhile Alex feels lonely and decides they need to reignite the flame of their love life.
A Muslim children's prayer group are lent the church from Adam, however the church's congregation revolts at the thought. Meanwhile Adam decides to fight a lap-dancing club opening across from the school, however Adam's research into the matter of adult clubs becomes complicated when he starts to enjoy himself
Adam has envy after hearing an old rival of his, who is also a priest on Catholic radio. Adam decides to speak on the show about homosexuality in the church. However after an controversial comment, the Archdeacon steps in and demands Adam to take 'media lessons' from his rival. Meanwhile, Colin decides to find christianity in the Rastafari religion.
Following Adam's recent moments of feeling excluded by people, he is excited to meet Leon, a young man who wants to marry at his church. The two soon become friends and start to do a range of activities together. However the friendship turns sour after an dinner party where Adam discovers his wife Alex and Leon attended the same college and shared a one night stand together, much to Adam's disgust.
After a terrible review of one of his sermons on a Christian website, Adam has a crisis of faith, which to Alex's surprise seems more serious than his usual biannual episodes of doubt. While he's at home experimenting with leaving the cloth by sitting in his pants watching daytime telly and gambling on the internet, someone else is travelling the parish impersonating a vicar to elicit free beers and avoid parking tickets. Adam's meltdown reaches a head when he drunkenly comes on to Ellie at a Vicars and Tarts party in aid of the school library, and Alex finally snaps.