Arriving at church

The Dave Walker Guide to the ChurchThis cartoon is taken from the Dave Walker Guide to the Church, published by Canterbury Press. It originally appeared in the Church Times.

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  • Please credit all ‘Dave Walker Guide to the Church’ cartoons with the following text in your publications:

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  • I’d ask that ‘Dave Walker Guide to the Church’ cartoons are not republished on your website (church or otherwise) at the current time.

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The Peace

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Lent

The Dave Walker Guide to the ChurchThis cartoon is taken from the Dave Walker Guide to the Church, published by Canterbury Press. It originally appeared in the Church Times.

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Conditions for publishing cartoons from the ‘Dave Walker Guide to the Church’ series

  • Please credit all ‘Dave Walker Guide to the Church’ cartoons with the following text in your publications:

    This CartoonChurch.com cartoon originally appeared in the Church Times and is taken from ‘The Dave Walker Guide to the Church’, published by Canterbury Press.

  • I’d ask that ‘Dave Walker Guide to the Church’ cartoons are not republished on your website (church or otherwise) at the current time.

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Gadget

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Laundry

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Environment

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How bad things are

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If I had

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Procastination

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Right and wrong

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