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The blog hasn’t quite kept up with the posting of cartoons in recent days, so here are the three I added to the site this week (above and below). These are the final three of a batch I have been posting from ‘The exciting world of churchgoing‘. You can find the high resolution versions as follows:
I will be back in a few days with some more church cartoons. I think it might be time for some from the new book, and I’m also planning a roundup of my Christmas material for those planning Christmas service sheets, etc (in summary – see here, but I have another to add). Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by Dave at 7:08 pm on November 11, 2012 and filed under Cartoons, New CartoonChurch cartoons.
Today’s cartoon is entitled ‘Stoles’ – see the page high resolution version for republishing here. It is another from the last but one book, ‘The Exciting World of Churchgoing’. I’d make a subtle comment about how good books are are presents, but I’ve done that too many times and it’ll become tedious.
In other news: slight whirlwind happening in other areas of my cartooning life at the moment. See the Cycling Cartoons Facebook page for a clue.
Posted by Dave at 5:00 pm on November 2, 2012 and filed under Cartoons, New CartoonChurch cartoons.
Hello everyone. Another cartoon after a few days break. We were in Exeter – let me know if you want to see my holiday photos of a car park.
Today’s cartoon is entitled ‘Ordination’. Click here for the high resolution version for reuse. Once again this one can be found in the book The Exciting World of Churchgoing.
As far as ordination goes I have no particular wisdom. But here’s a short paragraph on non-ordination from an interview with Ronald Blythe in tomorrow’s Church Times. I quite liked it.
But he resists ordination himself. A Dean of St Paul’s, Alan Webster, tried to persuade him to become a priest, as did a Bishop of St Edmundsbury & Ipswich, Leslie Brown. “I couldn’t get them to understand that it wasn’t my role,” he says. “I actually think the laity is enormously important. The laity means the people of God.”
Posted by Dave at 3:00 pm on November 1, 2012 and filed under Cartoons, New CartoonChurch cartoons.
Today’s cartoon is The church café, once again taken from book 3, ‘The exciting world of churchgoing’ (info on books here). See this page on the main CartoonChurch site for the high resolution version and information about reusing.
Well, that’s five cartoons this week. I’ll be back with another batch of five from the middle of next week.
Posted by Dave at 3:49 pm on October 27, 2012 and filed under Cartoons, Church, New CartoonChurch cartoons.
Today’s cartoon is called ‘the ten week course‘.
Here’s a thing: I’ve never completed a ten week course, though I have assisted vaguely with one. Some of my friends swear by them, so I can’t argue with that.
I’d say more, but it’s a busy day today. Thanks for visiting!
Posted by Dave at 7:16 am on October 25, 2012 and filed under Cartoons, New CartoonChurch cartoons.
Today’s cartoon is The PCC (Parochial Church Council – it’s an Anglican thing). You can find it in the ‘latest cartoons‘ section of CartoonChurch.com along with all of the latest ones I’ve posted. There are other PCC cartoons if these particularly interest you: 1, 2. If you want to reuse any of these diagrams click the ‘using the cartoons’ link up there to the right.
It is many years since I have been on a PCC, so you could question whether I know anything about the subject. But I know people that do.
Posted by Dave at 9:41 am on October 24, 2012 and filed under Cartoons, New CartoonChurch cartoons.
This is the first of ten cartoons I’m posting over the next few weeks from the book ‘The exciting world of churchgoing‘, ie not the latest book, but the one before that.
I have never, in my life, been a sound desk operator or the person who makes the powerpoint slides go forwards and backwards at the appropriate moments. This is because I live in my own dream-world and my mind is not usually on the task at hand, meaning that there would be all manner of audible and visual mishaps.
Click here if you’d like to use this cartoon in your own publications, or if you’d like to see the rest of my church cartoons. (I am now putting the full cartoon here on my blog each time, but giving the CartoonChurch link for those who’d like to reuse or explore further.)
Interview. Minor aside – I did this interview with Aslan books, a new Christian book chain in the south west of England. I should say that I was, in hindsight, a little more down on ‘church’ than I should have been. Just the mood I was in on that day – sorry.
Posted by Dave at 8:21 am on October 23, 2012 and filed under Cartoons, New CartoonChurch cartoons.
See the full version of this cartoon here: The Christian festival – deciding whether we will be going or not.
This the third of three that I’ve posted from my series in Youthwork magazine. As per usual information about reuse of this drawing is on the how you can use the cartoons page, which can be found at any time of day or night by clicking the link in the menu at the top there.
Posted by Dave at 7:33 am on June 27, 2012 and filed under Cartoons, New CartoonChurch cartoons.
See the full version of this cartoon: Ecumenical relations.
This is another one from Youthwork magazine.
I quite like the bring and share lunch image (above) that forms a part of this cartoon. I have considered adding a range of simple images like this (I suppose one might call them clipart) to my site for parish magazine editors who would like an image without text to help illustrate an article. If this might be of interest to you please let me know.
Posted by Dave at 10:39 am on June 25, 2012 and filed under Cartoons, New CartoonChurch cartoons.
Click here for the full version: Disposal – how to get rid of resources your predecessor has painstakingly gathered.
This cartoon originally appeared in Youthwork magazine, and is one of small batch of three youth work ones that I will be posting over the next few days. I did cartoons for Youthwork for about late 2009 to late 2011 but I’m not doing them now. I did some quite good work I think, but
let’s just say that no one really noticed when they finished all good things come to an end.
As per usual you can republish this and any other cartoons from this site. Find out how to get a licence for your church or yourself here.
Posted by Dave at 11:43 am on June 22, 2012 and filed under Cartoons, New CartoonChurch cartoons.
See the full-sized and complete version here: Holidaymakers
This, the 30th cartoon to be uploaded to the site over the last three and a half weeks, is taken from book 3, The Exciting World of Churchgoing. It would be ideally suited to anyone who is looking for a cartoon for a July or August edition of a church magazine. See also ‘Summer Holidays‘.
Posted by Dave at 7:33 am on June 14, 2012 and filed under Cartoons, New CartoonChurch cartoons.
Click here to see the full version of ‘The liturgical pause’
This cartoon is from book 1, The Dave Walker Guide to the Church, and was originally published in the Church Times.
You’ll be glad to know that the pace of cartoon posting has slowed somewhat today. There will be probably only be two cartoons.
Tomorrow there will be [shock horror] no new cartoons. The day has been set aside for announcements.
Posted by Dave at 7:40 am on June 13, 2012 and filed under Cartoons, New CartoonChurch cartoons.