Tea for 200
CENTERVILLE-WAREHAM-TRINITY — Jennifer Cutler loved having tea with a friend. It’s fitting that, when looking at ways to raise money for a foundation in her name, that a giant tea party would be held in her memory.
Garnish native Thomas Moulton received an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Queen’s College this month.
Garnish native Thomas Moulton was presented with an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Queen’s College in St. John’s on May 4.
Moulton was a member of the Anglican Parish of Burin growing up and then spent 50 years as a clergyman.
According to a Queen’s College Faculty of Theology newsletter in January, Moulton ministered “across all three dioceses in parishes, in
diocesan leadership roles and community involvements.”
It also noted he has been a committed alumnus of Queen’s College, providing guidance and supervision to students preparing for priesthood, and serving as a chaplain and spiritual guide on a number of occasions.
As well, Moulton and was instrumental in starting the vocational diaconate in the province.
Queen’s College is the Anglican theological college on Memorial University’s campus in St. John’s.