A self-described “leading-edge Order of queer and trans nuns” marked its 45th anniversary Sunday by throwing a bash that included costume contests mocking Jesus and the Virgin Mary.

The San Francisco-based Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence celebrated Easter in Mission Dolores Park, where thousands gathered to attend its “45 Years of Hop(e)” event, which culminated in a “Hunky Jesus & Foxy Mary” contest, according to The San Francisco Chronicle.

Many of the activities at the event were designed for children, such as Easter egg drop, a visit with the Easter bunny, relay races, storybook readings and free youth dental screenings, according to the outlet.

The winner of this year’s “Hunky Jesus” pageant is “Jesus Ken,” a man clad in his underwear who was being crucified inside a Barbie-themed box that made a crude innuendo to a sex act and genital size.

On the back, the box was also decked out with a vulgar poem mocking God the Father and referencing “plastic piety,” as noted in a photo published by SFist.

The other finalists in the contest included “Trailer Trash Jesus,” “Golden Shower Jesus” and “Disco Ball Jesus.” Drag queens Honey Mahogany and Sister Roma, who hosted the main event, repeatedly made irreverent remarks throughout the show, at one time asking: “Is it wrong that I’m attracted to ‘Trailer Trash Jesus?'”

Winners from last year’s “Hunky Jesus & Foxy Mary” contest also appeared during the competition, with the former “Haus of Jesus” dance troupe performing a pro-Palestinian dance titled “From the River to the Sea,” according to SFist.

“Free Choice Mary,” who won the “Foxy Mary” part of the contest last year, showed up wearing indecent Marian garb and promoting abortion.

California state Sen. Scott Wiener, a Democrat representing San Francisco, spoke at the event and posted favorably about it on social media.

“The Hunky Jesus & Foxy Mary contest in Dolores Park is always so inspiring & fun,” wrote Wiener….

From the Christian Post