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20 November 2015

New dean


The next Dean of Bangor, in Bangor diocese, is to be the Revd Kathy Jones, Chaplaincy Team Leader of Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, in Newcastle diocese, since 2012. She had been Chaplain of Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, since 2006, and before that held appointments in Bangor diocese from 1992. 


ADAMS. The Revd Nicholas Adams, NSM of Soundwell, now Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of Cotham and St Paul’s, Clifton (Bristol).

ANDERSON. The Revd Joanna Anderson, Islands Centres Director of Iona Community (Argyll & The Isles), to be Team Vicar in the Dudley Team Ministry, with responsibility for St Francis’s, Dudley, and St James’s, Eve’s Hill (Worcester).

ASHBY. The Revd Judith Ashby, Dean of Women’s Ministry, to be Adviser for Women’s Ministry and Assistant Adviser for Ministerial Support, and NSM (Associate Minister) of Christ Church with St Mary, Swindon, remaining Hon. Canon of Bristol Cathedral (Bristol).

BEAUMONT. The Revd Christopher Beaumont, Assistant Curate of Bradley Stoke Conventional District, now Assistant Curate of Bradley Stoke (Bristol).

BEVAN. The Revd Peter Bevan, Vicar of St Mary the Virgin and All Saints, Potters Bar (St Albans), to be Vicar of Great Torrington, Little Torrington with Taddiport, and Frithelstock (Exeter).

BUCKMAN. The Revd Stephen Buckman, NS Assistant Curate of Roughey or Roffey (Chichester), to be Priest-in-Charge of Corby Glen (Lincoln).

CHUKUKA. The Revd Ifeanyi Chukuka, NSM of St Luke’s, Victoria Docks, to be Chaplain of Barts Health NHS Trust (London).

FISH. The Revd Michael Fish, Priest-in-Charge of All Saints and St Michael, Shrewsbury (Lichfield), to be Team Vicar in the Swinton and Pendlebury Team Ministry (Manchester).

GASPER. The Revd Janet Gasper, Priest-in-Charge of the Langtons and Shangton, and of Welham, Glooston and Cranoe and Stonton Wyville, now also Co-convener of the Welland Mission Partnership (Leicester).

GOODCHILD. The Revd Penelope Goodchild, OLM of Pinxton (Derby), to be OLM Associate Priest.

GREBE. The Revd Dr Matthias Grebe, Assistant Chaplain of St Boniface's, Bonn, with All Saints’, Cologne, Germany (Europe), to be NSM of St Mark’s, Regents Park (London).

HASWELL. The Revd Jeremy Haswell, Assistant Curate of St Paul’s, St Albans (St Albans), now Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of Grayshott (Guildford).

HINCKLEY. The Revd Paul Hinckley, formerly Team Vicar in the Stoke Gifford Team Ministry, now Vicar of Bradley Stoke (Bristol).

MALLETT. The Revd Dr Rosemarie Mallett, Vicar of St John’s, Angell Town, Hon. Canon of Southwark Cathedral, and Kingston Episcopal Area Director of Ordinands, to be also Diocesan Public Policy Adviser (Southwark).

MORGAN. The Revd Susan Morgan, formerly Hon. Assistant Curate of Langley, to be NS Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of St Chad with St Edmund, St John the Divine and St Mary in the Baum, Rochdale (Manchester).

MURPHY. The Revd Wendy Murphy, NSM of Carleton-in-the-Willows, now also Chaplain of Notts County Ladies’ Football Club (Southwell & Nottingham).

OPENSHAW. The Revd Steve Openshaw, Assistant Curate in the Ramsbottom and Edenfield Team Ministry, to be Priest-in-Charge of Elton and of Walshaw (Manchester).

PETERSON. The Revd Paul Peterson, Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of Downend (Bristol), to be half-time.

RICHARDS. The Revd Jane Richards, NSM of South Woodham Ferrers, and of Woodham Ferrers and Bicknacre, to be also Assistant Chaplain of Mid Essex Hospital Services NHS Trust (Chelmsford).

ROBERTS. The Revd Andrew Roberts, Chaplain of HM Prison Lincoln, to be Rector of the Fen and Hill Group, and Diocesan Funerals Officer (Lincoln).

ROBERTS. The Revd Matthew Roberts, Assistant Curate of St Mark’s, Haydock (Liverpool), to be Vicar of Woodthorpe (Southwell & Nottingham).

SHAKESPEARE. The Revd James Shakespeare, Team Vicar in the Market Harborough — Little Bowden with Lubenham and Great Bowden Team Ministry, now also Co-convener of the Welland Mission Partnership (Leicester).

SMITH. The Revd Adrian Smith, Rector of the Owmby Group and of the Spring Line Group, now Diocesan Communications Officer (Lincoln).

STAYNINGS. The Revd Margaret Staynings, OLM of Lockleaze, Bristol (Bristol), to be Priest-in-Charge.

WADEY. The Revd Rachel Wadey, formerly Hospital Chaplain of Prospect Park, Reading (Oxford), to be Chaplaincy Team Leader of East and North Herts NHS Trust (St Albans).

WEDGE. The Revd Christopher Wedge, Priest-in-Charge of St Mary’s, Prestwich, now also Borough Dean of Bury (Manchester).

WILLIAMS. The Revd Terence Williams, Diocesan President of the Children’s Society (Derby), now also house-for-duty Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of All Saints with Christ Church, Burton, and of Branston (Lichfield).

WRIGHT. The Revd Nicholas Wright, formerly Rector of Inkberrow with Cookhill and Kington with Dormston, and Hon. Canon of Worcester Cathedral, now NSM (Associate Priest) of Bengeworth (Worcester).



The following to be Hon. Chaplains: the Revd Desmond Banister (Uxbridge Squadron); the Revd Paul Cubitt (North Walsham Squadron); the Revd Anthony Lees-Smith (Hamilton Squadron); the Revd Barry Linney (Chatham Squadron); the Revd Robert Lintern (Boscobel Squadron); the Revd Calum Piper (Wallasey Squadron); the Revd Christopher Reaney (Maesteg Squadron); the Revd Susan Rees (Pontyclun Squadron); the Revd Stephen Smith (Falmouth and District Squadron).



COLE. The Revd Timothy Cole, Assistant Chaplain General of Army Recruiting and Training Division (Royal Army Chaplains’ Department), to be Rector of Christ Church, Georgetown, Washington, DC (Washington, ECUSA).



MISENGA. Nelly Misenga to be Together Southwark Development Worker (Southwark).

SHAW. Theophilia Shaw to be Public Policy Research Officer (Southwark).

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