Description : Anybody can and does come into St Saviourâ€™s â€“ and into Adamâ€™s life. From scheming MPs trying to educate their children on the cheap to Colin, a heavy drinking, unemployable lost s... [+]moreAnybody can and does come into St Saviourâ€™s â€“ and into Adamâ€™s life. From scheming MPs trying to educate their children on the cheap to Colin, a heavy drinking, unemployable lost soul who is Adamâ€™s most devoted parishioner. Then thereâ€™s Mick, the local crackhead in need of Â£20 to visit his â€˜dying motherâ€™ in Southendâ€¦ Sheâ€™s died three times in the last 12 months. Every day throws up a moral conflict for our vicar. Adamâ€™s door must always be open to urban sophisticates with ulterior motives, the chronically lonely, the lost, the homeless, the poor and the insane. All are welcome at St Saviourâ€™s and Adam canâ€™t turn any of them away. Even if theyâ€™re clearly lying, mad or just very annoying. In addition to caring for his flock Adam has to worry about the financial burden of running a huge, decaying building â€“ with a smashed stained glass window â€“ and a dwindling congregation. He has to contend with hopeless volunteers, ambitious church rivals, the sinister attentions of the Archdeacon and the romantic attentions of Adoha, a renowned â€˜cassock-chaserâ€™ and church regular. Even his supposedly supportive Lay Reader Nigel is a pedantic careerist who thinks he should be running the place himself.