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Video of Episcopal Ordination & Installation

The Episcopal Ordination (Consecration) of Bishop-Elect Reverend Justin Duckworth and his Installation (Enthronement) as 11th Bishop of Wellington took place in the Wellington Cathedral of St Paul, on 

Saturday 30 June 2012 at 1.30pm

Episcopal Ordination Bulletin and Photo Story
Wellington greets Bishop Justin and other stories...  follow the link  |  Episcopal Ordination Bulletin  >

Follow the link for a wonderful photo story of the Episcopal Ordination and Installation of Justin Duckworth  |  Photo Story  >

Thanks to Jay Berryman for these wonderful photos. 

Order of Service
For a copy of Saturday's Order of Service click here:  

Ordination Order of Service     pdf 1MB 

Ordination Order of Service - web copy     pdf   290kb  

Video of Episcopal Ordination 
 Follow the links below:

  • Part 1 - the Ordination   83 mins

  • Part 2 - the Installation   85 mins

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    No reira waiho ko te aroha o Te Matua Kaha Rawa hei korowai mou.
    May the love of Almighty God enfold you!