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30 May 2014

Archdeacon moves 

THE Ven. Jane Sinclair, Archdeacon of Stow and of Lindsey, in Lincoln diocese, since 2007, is to be Canon Residentiary (Canon Steward) of Westminster Abbey. Before her present posts, she had held appointments in Sheffield diocese from 1993, including ten years as Canon Precentor of Sheffield Cathedral.


BARBER. The Revd Annabel Barber, formerly Chaplain of Northern Lincolnshire and Goole Hospitals NHS Trust, to be Rector of Waddington, and Diocesan Discipleship Development Adviser (Lincoln).

BATEMAN. The Revd Nest Bateman, NS Assisstant Curate of Lichfield Cathedral (Lichfield), to be NS Associate Minister.

BENNETT. The Revd Paul Bennett, Mission to Seafarers Chaplain of the Port of Dunkerque (Europe), to be Priest-in-Charge of Meir, and of St James and St Chad, Longton (Lichfield).

BRAY. The Revd Richard Bray, Assistant Curate of the London Guild Church of St Botolph without Aldersgate, to be Rector of St Anne with St Peter, Limehouse (London).

BURROWS. The Revd Christopher Burrows, Assistant Curate of Holy Trinity, West Hampstead (London), to be Priest-in-Charge of St Laurence's, Barkingside (Chelmsford).

CASE. The Revd Catherine Case, Prebendary Emerita of Lichfield Cathedral, to be also Assistant Curate (Interim Minister) of Barlaston (Lichfield).

CHELASHAW. The Revd Kiprotich Chelashaw, Assistant Curate of Audley, to be Assistant Curate (Interim Assistant Minister) of Audley, Talke O' The Hill, and of Alsagers Bank (Lichfield).

CHIVERS. The Revd Christopher Chivers, Canon Emeritus of Blackburn Cathedral (Blackburn), Vicar of John Keble Church, Mill Hill, and Assistant Curate of St Michael and All Angels, Mill Hill, now also Area Dean of West Barnet (London).

COPE. The Revd Stephen Cope, Vicar of Withernsea with Ow-thorne, Garton-in-Holderness with Grimston, Hilston, Hollym, Holmpton, Roos and Tunstall, to be Vicar of the Holme and Seaton Ross Group (York).

COTTERILL. The Revd John Cotterill, NSM of St Mary's, Stafford, and Marston, and of St Chad's, Stafford, and Chaplain to Commerce in Stafford Town Centre, to be NSM of St Michael and St Wulfad, Stone, with Aston (Lichfield).

DOBSON. The Revd Owen Dobson, Assistant Curate of St John's Wood, to be Assistant Curate of St James's, Sussex Gardens, Paddington (London).

ECCLESTON. The Revd Frances Eccleston, Priest-in-Charge of Crosspool, to be Vicar, remaining Diocesan Ecumenical Officer (Sheffield).

ELLOR. The Revd Michael Ellor, Parish Development Adviser and Mission Companion of the Stafford Area, to be Priest-in-Charge of All Saints' with Christ Church, Burton, remaining Vicar of Branston (Lichfield).

FAIRCLOUGH. The Revd Clive Fairclough, Rector of Abberton, the Flyfords, Naunton Beauchamp and Bishampton with Throckmorton, Priest-in-Charge of Fladbury, Hill and Moor, Wyre Piddle, Cropthorne and Charlton, and Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Peopleton and White Ladies Aston with Churchill and Spetchley and Upton Snodsbury and Broughton Hackett (Worcester), to be Chaplain of St Andrew's, Moscow (Europe).

HOUGHTON. The Revd Ian Houghton, Rector of Cowesby, Vicar of Osmotherley with Harlsey and Ingleby Arncliffe, of Leake with Over and Nether Silton and Kepwick, of Felixkirk with Boltby, and of Kirkby Knowle, to be also Rural Dean of Mowbray (York).

KNIBBS. The Revd Dr Peter Knibbs, Assistant Curate (Assistant Priest) of Chacewater with St Day and Carharrack, and of Gwennap, Priest-in-Charge of Feock, of Devoran, and of St Stythians with Perranarworthal (Truro), to be Vicar of St Mary's, Monkseaton (Newcastle).

MADDY. The Revd Kevin Maddy, Vicar of Monk Bretton, and Priest-in-Charge of Lundwood (West Yorkshire & the Dales), to be Priest-in-Charge of Hackington, and Chaplain of the Archbishop's School, Canterbury (Canterbury).

OH. The Revd Taemin Oh, Assistant Curate of St James and St Paul with All Saints, St Nicholas and St Runwald, Colchester (Chelmsford), to be Priest-in-Charge of St George's, Enfield (London).

OLLMAN. The Revd Elaine Ollman, Priest-in-Charge of Delamere (Chester), to be Rector.

PAYNE. The Revd Philip Payne, Assistant Curate in the North Bury Team Ministry, to be Priest-in-Charge of Coddenham with Gosbeck and Hemingstone, and of Crowfield with Stonham Aspal and Mickfield, and of Creeting St Mary, Creeting St Peter and Earl Stonham with Stonham Parva (St Edmundsbury & Ipswich) (diocesan correction).

PETERS. The Revd Carl Peters, Team Vicar in the Leek and Meerbrook Team Ministry (Lichfield), to be Priest-in-Charge of Brandon and Ushaw Moor (Durham).

SHAW. The Revd Keith Shaw, NS Assistant Curate in the Department of Transforming Communities, to be Mental Health Chaplain of St George's Hospital, Stafford, remaining Lead Chaplain of South Staffordshire and Shropshire Healthcare NHS Trust, and NSM of Baswich or Berkswich (Lichfield).

SHIPLEY. The Revd Christopher Shipley, house-for-duty Assistant Curate of Eastchurch with Leysdown and Harty, to be Rector of Eastchurch with Leysdown and Harty (Canterbury).

TIDESWELL. The Revd Maureen Tideswell, NSM of Knutton (Lichfield), to be Priest-in-Charge.

WEBSTER. The Revd Stephen Webster, Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of Oundle with Ashton and Benefield with Glapthorn, to be Rector, remaining Rural Dean of Oundle (Peterborough).

WELLER. The Revd Dr Susan Weller, Assistant Curate (Interim Minister) in the Wednesfield Team Ministry, to be Assistant Curate (Interim Minister) of Moxley, and of All Saints', Darlaston (Lichfield).


KNIGHT. Elizabeth Knight to be Lay Canon of Peterborough Cathedral (Peterborough).

ROBINSON. Julie Robinson to be Diocesan Registrar (Lincoln).

SPRIGGS. Anna Spriggs to be Diocesan Registrar and Bishop's Legal Secretary (Peterborough).

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