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21 February 2014

Archdeacon moves

THE Ven. Jonathan LLoyd, Chaplain of the Anglican Church in Denmark since 2009, Archdeacon of Germany and Northern Europe, and Canon of Holy Trinity Pro-Cathedral, Brussels, in Europe diocese, since 2010, is to be Priest-in-Charge of the Bridge, and of Littlebourne and Ickham with Wickhambreaux and Stodmarsh, in Canterbury diocese, and Canon Emeritus of the Cathedral Chapter of the diocese in Europe.


BROWN. The Revd Marjorie Brown, Vicar of St Mary's, Primrose Hill, with Avenue Road, to be also Edmonton Area Assistant Director of Ordinands (London).

CAVALIER. The Revd Sandra Cavalier, NS Assistant Curate of Wrecclesham (Guildford), to be NS Associate Minister.

FOSTER. The Revd Julia Foster, NSM of North Waltham and Steventon, Ashe and Deane, to be also Assistant Area Dean of Whitchurch (Winchester).

HEWLETT. The Revd Dr David Hewlett, Canon Emeritus of Truro Cathedral (Truro), and Principal of The Queen's Foundation, Birmingham, to be also Hon. Canon of Birmingham Cathedral (Birmingham).

HIGGS. The Revd Owen Higgs, Vicar of Bickley (Rochester), to be Vicar of St Gabriel's, Pimlico (London).

INGLIS. The Revd Kelvin Inglis, Vicar of Whitchurch with Tufton and Litchfield, to be also Area Dean of Whitchurch (Winchester).

JONAS. The Revd Alan Jonas, Priest-in-Charge of Westcott, to be also Rural Dean of Dorking (Guildford).

KERR. The Revd Karleen Kerr, Assistant Curate of St Mary's, Harefield, now Assistant Curate of Holy Trinity, Wealdstone (London).

LEE. The Revd Stuart Lee, NSM of St John on Bethnal Green, to be NSM (Associate Priest) of St Barnabas's, Bethnal Green (London).

LENOX-CONYNGHAM. The Revd Dr Andrew Lenox-Conyngham, Vicar of St Luke's, Birmingham, to be also Hon. Canon of Birmingham Cathedral (Birmingham).

PAILING. The Revd Dr Crispin Pailing, Vicar of St John's, Perry Barr, and Area Dean of Handsworth (Birmingham), to be Rector of Our Lady and St Nicholas, Liverpool (Liverpool).

POSTON. The Revd Jonathan Poston, Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Spondon, to be part-time Priest-in-Charge of Wingerworth (Derby).

RAMBLE. The Revd Daniel Ramble, Chaplain of Aston University, and Assistant Curate in the Erdington Team Ministry, with responsibility for St Chad's, Erdington, to be Vicar of Hill (Birmingham).

RICHARDS. The Revd Anne Richards, NSM of St Michael and All Angels, North Hull, to be also Chaplain of Archbishop Sentamu Academy (York).

SANDERS. The Revd William Sanders, Vicar of St Bridget and St Thomas, Wavertree, to be Priest-in-Charge (Liverpool).

SHARP. The Revd Janice Sharp, Assistant Curate of Patrington with Hollym, Welwick and Winestead, now Assistant Curate of Easington with Skeffling, Keyingham, Ottringham, Patrington, Welwick and Winestead, remaining Chaplain of Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust (York).

WALKER. The Revd Ruth Walker, OLM of St Mary's, Camberley (Guildford), to be NS Associate Minister.

WARBRICK. The Revd David Warbrick, Priest-in-Charge of All Saints', Kings Heath, to be also Hon. Canon of Birmingham Cathedral (Birmingham).

WINGFIELD. The Revd Christopher Wingfield, Team Rector in the Bromsgrove Team Ministry (Worcester), to be Rector of Harton (York).


DYER. Pat Dyer to be Hon. Lay Canon of Southwark Cathedral (Southwark).

GRAHAM. Professor Elaine Graham, Grosvenor Research Professor of Practical Theology of the University of Chester, to be also Canon Theologian of Chester Cathedral (Chester).

SANDHAM. Jill Sandham, Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser, to be also Hon. Lay Canon of Southwark Cathedral (Southwark).

WRIGHT. Peter Wright, Organist and Director of Music, to be also Hon. Lay Canon of Southwark Cathedral (Southwark).

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