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16 comments on “Christopher John Morgan”

  1. Dearest Antigone, Sebastian, Christian, Persephone, Maggie, Martin, Theo and families,

    Thank you for this opportunity to experience some new threads to the tapestry of Chris’ life and to re-live others.
    May his big laugh, love and legacy continue.

    With all our love,
    Anne, Ian and Jenni

  2. I’ve been able to share in this memorial for Chris -thank you.

    I knew Chris as a teenager back in our Castle Hill Baptist days. Our families were in and out of that church and as youth we had some incredibly enjoyable times together. I have great memories of him -warm hearted, infectious (and large) laugh, and one to not simply accept things as they are.

    I’m sorry for you all and for this terrible loss.

    Thinking of you all at this time and wish you beautiful memories, and great strength and courage.

    Lots of love, Robert

  3. So grateful to have had the opportunity to see this- watching from Newcastle! Think back to Castle Hill days with great fondness! Chris always had a Big personality, a Big heart & an infectious Laugh- he lit up every room! Nice 2 hear the stories/& see faces I recognise!
    I think it was lovely you did the funeral
    Linz..very fitting! Everyone spoke beautifully-
    Very honouring & we will see Chris again-

  4. I’m sorry I could not join you in person I have some great memories of playing music with Chris he will be missed all my love a prayers

  5. Sending love, and thanks for the opportunity to be a part of the service today. Sincere condolences to you all on Chris’s passing. A life lived large, with adventure, creativity and love, and sadly cut short. I pray that God and others fill up your love tanks regularly. Shalom, Connie, also on behalf of Hawthorn West Baptist Church

  6. Eddie & Barbara Domin

    To all of Chris’s family,
    Barbara and I extend our most sincere and heartfelt sympathy at the sudden and tragic loss of a beautiful human being. We had only met Chris a couple of times, but his person created a lasting impression of a kind man who would help anyone and whose focus on the world around him put his own interests last. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

    Yours in Christ Jesus

  7. To all the family, may you have a peace of mind. Who are we to understand why Chris was taken away from you so young. I pray all your memories of time spent with Chris will be bought to mind.Growing up at CHBC and at Blackstump and sharing fellowship with Chris was a blessing. He used his creative talents in many ways for all to share. love from Lyn

  8. Thank you for providing a livestream. I live in Sydney and it was great to be able to be part of farewelling Chris. We had lost touch but my husband Declan and I remember Chris with so much fondness. As we watched it brought back so many lovely memories. I shared a house with Chris and Michael Trenerry in the early/mid 90s in Leichhardt before Declan and I went on to move in together. It was a house full of so much fun and loud laughter, mostly Chris’s 🙂 and so many friends coming in and out. So much of what others said about Chris really resonated with us… the big laugh, the big personality, the big heart. It was a privilege to know him, if only briefly. Our condolences to all his family.

  9. Our sympathy and prayers for your family as you grieve the loss of Chris are ongoing. Thank you for sharing this link so we could view the service from Sydney. Unfortunately I could only see the last half hour and Mark has missed it all due to work, so if you can send the link with the password once it has been edited for later viewing we would be very appreciative. With our love and very fond memories of Chris, Sandy & Mark Mancq

  10. We knew Chris (and Martin) from Lake Conjola Beach Mission days.
    Chris, a spirited young man loved the Lord and life. From today’s wonderful service we know just a some of the many challenges and changes he met with, remaining full of God-given character.
    Thank you for making this available for us to be a part of.
    Our loving thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time and for the future.
    Lee and Allan Beeston.

  11. I was grateful to be watching this in Paris (FR). To hear more of Chris’ life. To hear from the people who loved him. Thank you, and I send my condolences to you all. Louise

  12. A very special person to our family and we fondly remember those Berowra days with all of you.
    Sending our love.
    – The Kendall Family (Berowra)

  13. So sorry we couldn’t be with you in person today Martin and Cathy and family.
    Grieving with you at the loss of Chris. A beautiful life cut short.
    Thankful it is not the end for him and that we’ll see him again.
    I remember his artistic talent – visual and performing.
    His warm welcoming smile and his witty humour.
    He will be missed.
    Praying God’s comfort, presence and hope to you all.

  14. To dearest Antigone, Sebastian, Christian and Persephone, my heartfelt condolences and love for the sad passing of your beloved partner and father. He touched so many hearts and uplifted those who were lucky enough to know him through the greatness of his spirit and vision. Chris was a rare human whose spirit lives on through your love, memories and smiles.

    I am grateful to have known him even for a short time.

    All my love and healing light to you

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