In the above image, Scott thanks members of the Cathedral Choir for their contribution to music in worship at the Eucharist.
 On Friday, March 5th in Langley there was a special Eucharist of Celebration to mark 10 years of ordained ministry for The Rev. Scott Gould incumbent of St. Andrew’s, Langley and soon to be the new incumbent of St Helen’s, Point Grey. The Venerable Stephen Rowe, Archdeacon of Fraser, presided, the Very Rev. Peter Elliott, Dean of New Westminster and Rector of Christ Church Cathedral, preached and Canon Peter Davison of the Diocese of Kootenay presented the intercession.  Scott is an associate member of the Christ Church Cathedral choir and he was honoured to have 16 of his colleagues from the choir and Christ Church Cathedral Organist and Music Director, Rupert Lang present to help lead the music in worship along with the Choir of St. Andrew’s, Langley under the direction of Martin Anderle.
The principal organizers for the evening were St. Andrew’s curate, the Rev. Janice Lowell and Rector’s Warden, Paulene Harris.
Also participating in the event were the Rev. Neil Grey of Holy Trinity, White Rock, who served as host and “roast master” for the après worship reception, the Rev. Craig Tanksley (Fraser Regional Dean) and the Rev. Paul Guiton of St. Dunstan’s Aldergrove. Many of the people in attendance both lay and ordained have had and continue to have a substantial connection to Scott, his partner Susanne Morgan and their children, Chester, Veronica and Phineas over the course of Scott’s career in ministry.