Ash Wednesday



The Vicar in bleached linen vestments after the morning Ash Wednesday service.

The vestments were given to the church by Fr. John Bunker.

John grew up in Neasden, decided against being evacuated on the City of Benares, and was a server at St Jude's in the early 1950s. He was ordained in 1957 and became curate in charge of St Hilda's, Marden (in Newcastle Diocese) in 1961 when the present vicar of St Jude's was in the Sunday School. Fr John is now retired and lives in Halifax where the vicar visited him in July last year. He has made several gifts to St Jude's.

The main Ash Wednesday service took place at Golders Green Parish Church in the evening.

1 comment:

  1. Father John Bunker writes:

    What an absolute delight that the lenten set has cleaned well. It hangs well upon you and gives the right image from a distance.

    It was at that very altar that I first served at mass. Fr John [Knight] was the celebrant. The year 1948.

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