Cartoon: The church hall

Another cartoon has been added to my church cartoons site, CartoonChurch.com. It is entitled The church hall, and is about (to save you reading it) the frictions that you get when different groups of people use a church hall. As per usual licences for republication are available, and if you like it you can buy…

church hall cartoon

Another cartoon has been added to my church cartoons site, CartoonChurch.com. It is entitled The church hall, and is about (to save you reading it) the frictions that you get when different groups of people use a church hall. As per usual licences for republication are available, and if you like it you can buy a book (Book 3, The exciting world of churchgoing) with many more of the same kind of thing in.

I originally drew this in May 2008. It was probably partly inspired by my former life as a church youth worker, when making sure that other people’s church-hall belongings were not tampered with by rampaging youths was one of my main concerns in life. I seem to remember the toddler group leaders having occasional cause for complaint.

5 Comments

  1. Oh, you’ve just totally captured it! More dissent over who took the biscuits than any theological schisms!

  2. This is brilliant. Does the church in question not have a car park? That has as much if not more significance in our church than biscuits, and often more than milk.

  3. Those unruly youths, could they have they changed their ways after all these years? In my case, the answer is no.

    Love this cartoon, Dave, it’s brought joy to my day.

    1. Lauren – one suspects you were not in the midst of those responsible for wild and reckless use of the toddler toys. The sad thing is that I can’t remember which toddler toys were broken, thereby incurring the wrath. And thank you – that comment has brought much needed joy to my day.

      Thanks for kind comments everyone.

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