Collection 336-1 - Vestments

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AU AU-MTC 336-1




  • 20th century (Creation)

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5 textile items, 1 box.

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(Died 2017)

Biographical history

David Charles Woodbridge was ordained Deacon in 1962 and Priest in 1963. He worked as Assistant Minister at Bowral from 1962-1963. In 1964 he was appointed CMS chaplain at Ngukurr (Roper River). In 1969 he moved to Angurugu (Groote Eylandt) as chaplain. In 1979 he left CMS and was appointed Rector of St Stephen's Port Kembla, moving to All Saints Nowra in 1984. While in Nowra he was appointed Area Dean, and started an Aboriginal church in Nowra as well as All Saints Community Care. He also assisted in proof reading the Kriol Bible. He retired in 2001 but continued to work in the parish in a voluntary basis.

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1 black cassock; 1 white cassock; 1 white surplice; 1 academic hood; 1 black stole. Includes 2-page document with biographical information relating to Rev Woodbridge.

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Unrestricted. Handle with care.

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  • Shelf: C 27