The odd one out

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They're not drunk

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They’re not drunk

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Bottled up feelings

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Beanbag

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The congregation assumed

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Play at the back

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The lemon at the PCC

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Cartoon Worksheet: All Saints

cartoon worksheet - All SaintsYou can photocopy this worksheet and give it to your youthgroup, homegroup, print it on the back of your service sheet, or use it as an icebreaker. We ask that you buy a licence if you actually photocopy and use the worksheet.

To download the All Saints cartoon worksheet:

– Using Microsoft Internet Explorer: You need to right click on the link then select ‘ Save Target As…’. Choose where you want to store the file on your computer, then click ‘Save’.

– Using Firefox: You need to right click on the link then select ‘ Save Link As…’. Choose where you want to store the file on your computer, then click ‘Save’.

The Harvest worksheet:
As a .pdf (Will probably give the best results)
As a Word document
As a .gif image document (in case you have problems with the others)

(The file sizes are all about 150 -170kb)

If you have any questions about downloading the worksheet, buying a licence etc the Frequently Asked Questions page may be able to help, or feel free to contact us.

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Cartoon Worksheet: Harvest

cartoon worksheet - HarvestYou can photocopy this worksheet and give it to your youthgroup, homegroup, print it on the back of your service sheet, or use it as an icebreaker. We ask that you buy a licence if you actually photocopy and use the worksheet.

To download the Harvest cartoon worksheet:

– Using Microsoft Internet Explorer: You need to right click on the link then select ‘ Save Target As…’. Choose where you want to store the file on your computer, then click ‘Save’.

– Using Firefox: You need to right click on the link then select ‘ Save Link As…’. Choose where you want to store the file on your computer, then click ‘Save’.

The Harvest worksheet:
As a .pdf (Will probably give the best results)
As a Word document
As a .gif image document (in case you have problems with the others)

(The file sizes are all about 180 -210kb)

If you have any questions about downloading the worksheet, buying a licence etc the Frequently Asked Questions page may be able to help, or feel free to contact us.

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