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Mark Berry

wonderful work and great to see a vicar who lives in the real world and encourages creativity in new ways!

Matt

Reminds me of a Banksy stencil. I love that guy.

Andy

I like the site, I like the new ideas, shame about the limited use of the English language though at the end......

Rise above it please, gutter language belongs in it!

ben hanbury

another Ben sent that link to you today as well? ... what are the chances! :)

it would be so cool to see more stuff like this (and that paving slab stencil you posted a few days ago ... wicked!)

jonny

oops - sorry ben - clearly i know too many bens!! have changed the link...

Jen

Your focus is interesting, Andy. Maya has found the church a place of welcome for her talents when they were unappreciated elsewhere. and who knows where that wekcome could lead. But all you can comment on is her 'gutter language'. I think her choice of words is very appropriate and clearly authentic to her.

Nadia

Are stencils a common art medium for the exteriors of church buildings in the UK? I love that idea...where can I learn more?
ps, if sensitive to swearing within discussions of church and theology, then don't ever read my blog
www.sarcasticlutheran.typepad.com

jonny

nadia hi...
no this is pretty unusual (sadly)

-drm-

That's cool...thanks for sharing.

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