They're changing guard at Buckingham Palace.
Christopher Robin went down with Alice.
Just around the corner from the National Gallery is the
National Portrait Gallery. My favorite was the one of Paul McCartney, done by his brother's friend. (But for some reason I don't have a picture of it?)
The contemporary ones are by far the most fun, but it was also wonderful to see the faces of all those famous characters in British history, immortalized on canvas.
The sermon referred to a youtube video, where a young woman responded to some racist behavior (unaware that she was caught on camera) by asking, "Where is your great and loving heart?" She went on to plead for kindness, compassion, peace and healing. It prompted us all to look at the way we respond in heated situations, and how powerfully love can deescalate a tense situation.