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Southwark Cathedral – Dedication of a new bench in Millennium Courtyard

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Sub Dean unveiling the new bench

Sub Dean unveiling the new bench


Sunday 12 September 2010 was marked at Southwark Cathedral as the Patronal Festival. Amongst other things that happened at the service was the final sermon on Canon Robert Titley as Canon Treasurer prior to his move to the Team Ministry at Richmond, and the admission of new servers. At the end of the service (inside the building), the Sub Dean, Andrew Nunn, officiated at a presentation to Robert and his family.

After the dismissal the clergy and congregation moved to the Millenium Courtyard for the dedication of a new bench as part of the Jubilee Walkway. Andrew Nunn performed the dedication, and afterwards the Preacher (Robert Titley – outgoing Canon Treasurer), Celebrant (Andrew Nunn – Sub Dean) and Deacon (Michael Ipgrave – Canon Missioner) were the first to use the bench.

A few pictures of the dedication are on my fotopic site
A few pictures of the dedication are on my smugmug site

A few pictures of the dedication are on my Flickr site

Preacher (Canon Treasurer - Robert Titley), Celebrant (Sub Dean - Andrew Nunn) and Deacon (Canon Missioner - Michael Ipgrave) on newly dedicated bench

Preacher (Canon Treasurer - Robert Titley), Celebrant (Sub Dean - Andrew Nunn) and Deacon (Canon Missioner - Michael Ipgrave) on newly dedicated bench

Author: Stewart

An instrumentation engineer who enjoys photography and singing. Working in the West of Scotland; a member of St Mary's Cathedral Glasgow and Southwark Cathedral; and a volunteer guard/signalman on the Ffestiniog Railway in North Wales.

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