Sermon preached during the Celebration of a New Ministry Eucharist commemorating the Feast Day of Welsh poet and priest, George Herbert (April 3, 1593 - March 1, 1633). During the liturgy, Bishop John Stephens installed the Reverend Joyce Parry-Moore, Vicar of the Parish of St. Aidan and St. Batholomew (St. Bart's) in Gibsons, BC.
At the conclusion of the Reverend Sampson's sermon there is footage of Sunshine Coast Girls assisted by members of Wild Voices both conducted by Varya Rubin singing the introit, "Morning has Broken" and the Reverend Joyce Parry-Moore singing "Love Bade Me Welcome" from Ralph Vaughn Williams "Five Mystical Songs" using text by George Herbert. The Rev. Parry-Moore is accompanied by pianist Tom Kellough. The Reverend Parry-Moore is an accomplished singer with a career in Opera.
The vested posed vicar and bishop photo Long time friend and mentor, preacher for the Eucharist the Reverend Dr. Paula Sampson Members of Sunshine Coast Girls assisted by Wild Voices members The Peace of the Lord... The Reverend Joyce Parry-Moore with husband, Patrick Moore say a few words at the reception prior to cutting the cake