November 15, 2010: God of Ages was sung by a congregation of 900 in the newly consecrated Cathedral of St Mary, Taranaki, New Zealand. Present were the Archbishop of York, the former Archbishop and Governor General of NZ, the Bishop of Waikato, Archbishop David Moxon, the Bishop of Taranaki and visiting bishops, deans and clergy from many other churches.
November 15, 2009: The Gift of Peace was sung at the National Commemoration Service for Remembrance Day at Wellington’s Cathedral of St Paul in New Zealand. It was attended by the Governor General and his wife, the Chief of the Defence Force, the acting PM and several MPs, the Dean and the Bishop of Wellington. The NZ Army Band accompanied the singing.
July 23, 2008: During the annual conference of the Hymn Society of Great Britain and Ireland, a festival of hymns in the Church of Our Lady and St Nicholas, Liverpool featured God of Wonder. This hymn, the only one by a New Zealander, was selected by Canon Michael Saward, formerly of St Paul's Cathedral, London, himself an eminent hymn writer. He gave it a wonderfully enthusiastic commentary.
November 28, 2004: God in Everything was sung at Scott Base, Antarctica at the memorial service on the 25th anniversary of the crash on Mt Erebus of an Air New Zealand plane in which four of Jocelyn's relatives perished. It was broadcast over TV1.
1999: The publication in the United Kingdom of Sing Glory, by Kevin Mayhew, featuring four of Jocelyn's hymns: Come Lord Jesus, God in Everything, An Emmaus Hymn and God of Wonder.
February 28, 1999: God of Ages was performed for the first time in St. Peter's Cathedral, Hamilton, New Zealand and broadcast over TV1. In the St Paul's Cathedral, London, Millennium Hymn Competition of 1998 it had been selected among the first 16 of the 440 'words' entries from around the world, the only New Zealand hymn to be so honoured.