Our Bishop’s Silver Jublilee

Solemn Votive Mass of Christ the Eternal High Priest
(According to the Anglican Missal)
To Celebrate the Silver Jubilee of Ordination to the Sacred Priesthood of The Right Reverend Damien Mead.
17-02-1990 – 17-02-2015
St Augustine’s Anglican Catholic Church, Best Lane, Canterbury, Kent CT1 2JB
on Saturday 14th February 2015

Preacher: The Venerable Raymond Thompson
Server: Mr Roy Hipkiss
Organist: The Reverend Anthony Chadwick
Cantor: Miss Catherine Begley
Camera: Miss Megan Young
www.anglicancatholic.org.uk

This celebration took place last Saturday in Canterbury. It was a happy occasion for our Bishop in his devoted service to our Diocese and the pastoral care of us his clergy and laity. I managed to coax the ageing electronic organ and try to make it sound as “pipe-like” as possible, especially by not using too many stops. I a reader wants to see me on the video, this is possible as I go and receive Communion from my Bishop’s hand.

For a small Church with so few resources, I think we do rather well, each of us putting in our little bit. That’s what being Christians is about!

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4 Responses to Our Bishop’s Silver Jublilee

  1. Excellent liturgy in all respects. Many years! Axios!

  2. James Morgan, Olympia WA USA says:

    axios indeed! Reminded me of olden times at St.Mary of the Angels, Los Angeles CA. in the old days. I often served as subdeacon and/or acolyte back in the ’50s.

    Bp. Damien seems like a very pastoral person. You are fortunate to have him as bishop

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