Most Sundays I get my sketchbook out and draw something during the service at St Clement’s. That something often involves reference to the bold neo-romanesque arches of this Georgian church. Once in a while, though, I get to sit in another church and often end up drawing arches in those too:
The sketch above was from St Giles in Oxford, where I recently popped in to listen to the Bishop of Oxford listing his ten favourite stories that Jesus told. Good grist for the mill for the youth group session I was leading that weekend on a couple of short parables and an opportunity to draw some slightly more pointy arches than are seen at St Clement’s.