Recruiting volunteers

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This is the first of the cartoons I’ll be posting from my new book of cartoons ‘Heroes of the Coffee Rota’ – there will be more to follow over the next few weeks. This one, ‘Recruiting volunteers’, is now on CartoonChurch.com and available for licence-holders to use.

Today and this weekend (until the end of Monday – 21 September) is quite a good time to buy the new book if you’re interested – Church House Bookshop have free postage on all online UK orders, which includes my books and bits and pieces.

List of places to buy the book:

The youth group

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Newly added to CartoonChurch.com: The youth group. Licence information can be found via that link.

This cartoon may or may not have been inspired by my 7 years as a church youth worker.

This concludes my 5 new CartoonChurch cartoons. There will be more to come, but not for a week or two as I’m focussing on cycling cartoons at the moment. There’s nothing much to see, but I can assure you that things are happening behind the scenes.

The church car park

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New cartoon on CartoonChurch.com: The church car park.

That makes ten newly-added CartoonChurch cartoons, so licence-holders should have some new material to be using. You (that’s anyone, not just those with a licence) can see all ten here: CartoonChurch cartoons.

The plan is for daily cartoons to not be quite so exclusively church-themed for the next week or two. Well, more or less.

Bring and share lunch cartoon / plans

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Uploaded to CartoonChurch.com: The bring and share lunch

April 2015 is the 10-year anniversary of CartoonChurch.com, and therefore of my being a professional cartoonist. I’m thinking of doing something to celebrate, and inviting everyone who reads my blog / website. It seems appropriate to hold a bring and share lunch, but I haven’t quite decided. It would be later in the year when it is warmer (no one likes a cold bring and share lunch). Possibly in London or Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, as the former is easy to get to and the latter has a nice chapel. No need to RSVP to this vague invitation, but any thoughts welcomed as to whether it is a good idea and whether anyone who reads my sites would come along.