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Appointments

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31 October 2014

THE Ven. Dr William Jacob, Archdeacon of Charing Cross, in London diocese, since 1996, and Rector of St Giles-in-the-Fields, in that diocese, since 2000, will retire on 31 December. He had held other posts in London diocese since 1996, and in Lincoln diocese before then.

 

ACLAND. The Revd Sophia Acland, NSM of Cam with Stinchcombe (Gloucester), to be NSM (Associate Priest) of All Hallows Berkynchirche-by-the-Tower with St Dunstan-in-the-East, London (London).

ASHTON. The Revd Grant Ashton, Assistant Chaplain General (Royal Army Chaplain's Department), and Hon. Chaplain to the Queen, to be Vicar of Euxton (Blackburn).

BATLEY-GLADDEN. The Revd Dane Batley-Gladden, Curate-in-Charge of St Augustine's Conventional District, Grahame Park (London), to be Vicar of St Mary's, Swanley (Rochester).

BODEKER. The Revd Mark Bodeker, Assistant Curate of All Saints', Didcot, now also Community Minister of Great Western Park (Oxford).

BROOKS. The Revd Catherine Brooks, Priest-in-Charge of Christ the King, and of St Aidan with St Luke, St Mark and St Philip, Blackburn, now Vicar of St Aidan with St Luke, St Mark and St Philip, Blackburn (Blackburn).

CRAWFORD. The Revd James Crawford, Assistant Curate of Colne and Villages, now Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) in Pendle deanery (Blackburn).

DEWAR. The Revd Ian Dewar, Chaplain of St Catherine's Hospice, Preston, now Chaplain of Royal Lancaster Infirmary, University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Trust (Blackburn).

FROUD. The Revd Andrew Froud, Vicar of St Mary Magdalene's, Clitheroe, to be also Priest-in-Charge of Chatburn and Downham (Blackburn).

GRANT. The Revd Andrew Grant, Assistant Curate of Bramham, to be Vicar of Marton-in-Cleveland (York).

HAMMOND. The Revd Martin Hammond, Team Vicar in the Bedworth Team Ministry, to be also Chaplain of George Eliot NHS Trust (Coventry).

HUDSON-WILKIN. The Revd Rose Hudson-Wilkin, Vicar of Holy Trinity with St Philip, Dalston, and All Saints', Haggerston, to be house-for-duty Priest-in-Charge of St Mary at Hill with St Andrew Hubbard, St George Botolph Lane, and St Botolph by Billingsgate, London, remaining Prebendary of St Paul's Cathedral (London), Chaplain to the Queen, Priest Vicar of Westminster Abbey, and Chaplain to the Speaker of the House of Commons.

JEREMIAH. The Revd Dr Anderson Jeremiah, Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Christ Church, Edinburgh (Edinburgh), now Hon. Priest-in-Charge of Gisburn (Blackburn).

KEEP. The Revd Andrew Keep, formerly Chaplain of Mill Hill School, now NSM (Associate Priest) of the London Guild Church of St Margaret Pattens (London).

McCALLIG. The Revd Darren McCallig, Dean of Residence and Church of Ireland Chaplain of Trinity College, Dublin (Dublin & Glendalough), to be Chaplain of St Alban's, Copenhagen, Denmark (Europe).

McMURRAY. The Revd Mathew McMurray, Assistant Curate of Hawes Side and Marton Moss, to be Assistant Curate of St Peter and St David, Fleetwood (Blackburn).

MUSINDI. The Revd Beatrice Musindi, Anglican Chaplain of Dover Immigration Removal Centre (Canterbury), to be Chaplain of HM Young Offenders Institution, Rochester (Rochester).

OSBORN. The Revd Andrew Osborn, Senior Associate Minister of Wellspring Church, Hobart (Tasmania, Australia), now Rector of Heysham (Blackburn).

ROSCOE. The Revd David Roscoe, Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of St Francis and St Aidan, Blackburn, now Priest-in-Charge of Feniscliffe, remaining Priest-in-Charge of Feniscowles (Blackburn).

ROSS. The Revd Oliver Ross, Priest-in-Charge of St Olave Hart Street with All Hallows Staining and St Catherine Coleman, and of the London Guild Church of St Katherine Cree, Hon. Priest-in-Charge of St Clement Eastcheap with St Martin Orgar, City of London, and Area Dean of the City, now also NS Priest-in-Charge of the London Guild Church of St Margaret Pattens (London).

SCOTT. The Revd Barrie Scott, formerly Assistant Curate of Tilehurst (Oxford), to be Vicar of Perry Barr (Birmingham).

SENIOR. The Revd Lisa Senior, Assistant Curate in the Dewsbury Team Ministry, now Rector of Colne (Blackburn).

SENIOR. The Revd Patrick Senior, Vicar of Brownhill (West Yorkshire & the Dales), now Rector of St Peter with St Stephen, Burnley (Blackburn).

SWINDELLS. The Revd Tracy Swindells, NSM of Lostock Hall and Farington Moss, now NSM of St James's, Leyland (Blackburn).

THOMAS. The Revd Hugh Thomas, NS Priest-in-Charge of the London Guild Church of St Margaret Pattens, now NSM (Associate Priest) of St Michael, Cornhill, with St Peter le Poer and St Benet Fink, London (London).

TRIGG. The Revd Dr Jonathan Trigg, Priest-in-Charge of All Saints', Highgate, to be Assistant Curate, remaining Vicar of St Michael's, Highgate, Edmonton Area Director of Ordinands, and Prebendary of St Paul's Cathedral (London).

WANDREY. The Revd Bryce Wandrey, Assistant Curate of All Saints', Highgate, to be Priest-in-Charge, remaining Assistant Curate (Associate Vicar) of St Michael's, Highgate (London).

OVERSEAS

VESEY. The Revd Nicholas Vesey, Vicar of St Luke with St Augustine, New Catton (Norwich), to be Episcopal Chaplain of Aspen Chapel, Aspen, Colorado (Colorado, ECUSA).

LAY APPOINTMENTS

McHATTIE. Beth McHattie, Deputy Director of Communications and Head of Media of English Heritage, to be Member of the Churches Conservation Trust.

MAJOR. Emma Major to be Lay Pioneer Minister of Earley (Oxford).

ROWLEY. Captain Matthew Rowley CA now Families and Youth Worker of Christ Church with All Saints' and St Andrew, Blackpool (Blackburn).

READERS (LLMs)
(admitted and licensed)

Diocese of Southwell & Nottingham (by the Bishop of Sherwood in Southwell Minster on 19 October): Caroline Allen, Kathryn Browne, Simon Gledhill, Ann Godfrey, Michelle Greenbury, Ann Kowalski, Jane Oldfield, Andrew Third, Sharon Winders.

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