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Baptismal Font in Australia Senior Bishop Coadjutor of Sydney, the Rt Rev. F. O. Hulme-Moir, is here explaining the significance of the carving on the font to Miss Pam McLeod, a former ‘Miss New Zealand’, now an Air New Zealand receptionist in Sydney. The baptismal font was a gift from the Maori people to St John's Church, Parramatta, Sydney, the parish from which the Rev. Samuel Marsden first brought the Christian gospel to New Zealand 150 years ago.

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Baptismal Font in Australia, Te Ao Hou March 1969, 1 March 1969

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Baptismal Font in Australia Te Ao Hou March 1969, 1 March 1969

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