CartoonChurch favourites

Some of the ones that have been the most popular.

The Sunday school song

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The discernment process

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After-service coffee

Dave Walker - My PewThis cartoon is taken from the book My Pew: Things I have seen from it, published by Canterbury Press. It originally appeared in the Church Times.

You can use this cartoon yourself – find out how to do so on this page (link will open in a new window). Please also note the special conditions below.

You can then download a higher resolution version via this link. In Internet Explorer you can save the cartoon onto your computer by right clicking on the link, then selecting ‘ Save Target As…’, choosing where you want to store the image on your computer, then clicking ‘Save’. In Firefox right click on the link and select ‘Save Link As…’.

The Frequently Asked Questions page has more information about the technical aspects of adding a cartoon to your publication. (Link will open in new window).

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 ‘My Pew: Things I have seen from it’, published by Canterbury Press.

[Additional tags to help searchers: coffee, loneliness, isolation, welcome, welcomers, refreshments, solitude, newcomers, congregation, fellowship, cliques, cliquey ]

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The chain of command

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.

You can use this cartoon yourself – find out how to do so on this page (link will open in a new window). Please also note the special conditions below.

You can then download a higher resolution version via this link. In Internet Explorer you can save the cartoon onto your computer by right clicking on the link, then selecting ‘ Save Target As…’, choosing where you want to store the image on your computer, then clicking ‘Save’. In Firefox right click on the link and select ‘Save Link As…’.

The Frequently Asked Questions page has more information about the technical aspects of adding a cartoon to your publication. (Link will open in new window).

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.

[Additional tags to help searchers: flower ladies, churchwardens, vicar, parochial church council, pcc, curate, congregation, visitors, youthworker, who is in charge, who's, authority ]

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The Peace

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.

You can use this cartoon yourself – find out how to do so on this page (link will open in a new window). Please also note the special conditions below.

You can then download a higher resolution version via this link. In Internet Explorer you can save the cartoon onto your computer by right clicking on the link, then selecting ‘ Save Target As…’, choosing where you want to store the image on your computer, then clicking ‘Save’. In Firefox right click on the link and select ‘Save Link As…’.

The Frequently Asked Questions page has more information about the technical aspects of adding a cartoon to your publication. (Link will open in new window).

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.

[Additional tags to help searchers: sharing the peace, hug kiss, service, shake hands, peace be with you, peace of the lord be with you, olympic peacegiver, business conductor, personal space invader, non participant]

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The evolution of a worshipper

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You can then download a higher resolution version via this link. In Internet Explorer you can save the cartoon onto your computer by right clicking on the link, then selecting ‘ Save Target As…’, choosing where you want to store the image on your computer, then clicking ‘Save’. In Firefox right click on the link and select ‘Save Link As…’.

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[Additional tags to help searchers: church of england, anglican, worship, cross, charismatic, raised hands, crucifer]

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Church Kitchen

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Please note: this cartoon may not work that well if reproduced in a small size owing to the small writing. ‘Try a test print and see’ would be my advice.

You can then download a higher resolution version via this link. In Internet Explorer you can save the cartoon onto your computer by right clicking on the link, then selecting ‘ Save Target As…’, choosing where you want to store the image on your computer, then clicking ‘Save’. In Firefox right click on the link and select ‘Save Link As…’.

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Church marketing

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Please note: the text on this cartoon is a bit small as there is quite a lot of it. It might not work too well if you will be shrinking it down a lot. Just something to bear in mind.

The Frequently Asked Questions page has more information about the technical aspects of adding a cartoon to your publication. (Link will open in new window).

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She could hardly believe

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The young people…

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You can then download a higher resolution version via this link. In Internet Explorer you can save the cartoon onto your computer by right clicking on the link, then selecting ‘ Save Target As…’, choosing where you want to store the image on your computer, then clicking ‘Save’. In Firefox right click on the link and select ‘Save Link As…’.

The Frequently Asked Questions page has more information about the technical aspects of adding a cartoon to your publication. (Link will open in new window).

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