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TheDean 270714Yesterday we shared in the farewells to our retiring Dean, Dr John Shepherd. It was a bitter-sweet occasion and a strong reminder of just how blessed the Cathedral community has been by John’s leadership over the past twenty-four years.

Complementing the splendour of the occasion were those who made the Cathedral a beautiful and welcoming place for worship: those who arranged the flowers; the bell ringers who summoned us to worship with such vigorous beauty; the poignant magnificence of the music; the stewards who welcomed, aided, and supported; those who provided and prepared food for the breakfast and morning tea; those who served in the kitchen; those who spoke; and those who were there in tribute and gratitude to John.

The Cathedral community farewelled the Dean in style - there were many stories told, many tears shed and, above all, much laughter.

TheDean 270714Yesterday we shared in the farewells to our retiring Dean, Dr John Shepherd. It was a bitter-sweet occasion and a strong reminder of just how blessed the Cathedral community has been by John’s leadership over the past twenty-four years.

Complementing the splendour of the occasion were those who made the Cathedral a beautiful and welcoming place for worship: those who arranged the flowers; the bell ringers who summoned us to worship with such vigorous beauty; the poignant magnificence of the music; the stewards who welcomed, aided, and supported; those who provided and prepared food for the breakfast and morning tea; those who served in the kitchen; those who spoke; and those who were there in tribute and gratitude to John.

The Cathedral community farewelled the Dean in style - there were many stories told, many tears shed and, above all, much laughter.