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Joy Comes with the Dawn

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Author: Gordon Light

Gordon Light was born in Alberta, but as an Air Force brat, lived in many places growing up. He attended Carleton University in Ottawa (B.A.) and Trinity College in Toronto (S.T.B). Ordained deacon and priest in 1969, he served in parishes in Cariboo, Edmonton and Rupert’s Land dioceses. Following a time as Dean of Cariboo in Kamloops, he moved to Toronto in 1992 to serve as Principal Secretary to the Primate. Returning west in 2001, he was Administrative Assistant to the Metropolitan of BC and Yukon, and then consecrated bishop for the Anglican Parishes of the Central Interior (formerly Cariboo). After retiring at the end of 2008, Gordon was appointed chaplain to Church House staff until (2010). Among other hobbies, a longtime passion ha… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Weeping may come
Title: Joy Comes with the Dawn
Author: Gordon Light
Meter: 4.7.7 with refrain
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Joy comes with the dawn
Copyright: © 1985 The Common Cup Co

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