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Appointments

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31 July 2015

New Dean for Chicago 

THE next Dean of St James’s Episcopal Cathedral, Chicago, in the United States, is to be the Revd Dominic Barrington, Rector of St Peter and St Paul, Kettering, in Peterborough diocese, since 2010. He was Priest-in-Charge from 2003 to 2010, and, before that, Chaplain of St Chad’s College, Durham. He is 52. He and his wife, Alison, have two young sons.

 

ALDRIDGE. The Revd Mark Aldridge, Minister-in-Charge of Oak Tree Anglican Fellowship, to be Director of New Wine International (London).

BEACH. The Revd Stephen Beach, Vicar of St Budeaux, Devonport, to be also Assistant Rural Dean of Plymouth City (Exeter).

BLOOR. The Revd Dr Amanda Bloor, Diocesan Adviser for Women’s Ministry, and Director of Ordinands of Berkshire archdeaconry (Oxford), to be Priest-in-Charge of Bembridge, and Associate Diocesan Director of Ordinands (Portsmouth).

BOULLIER. The Revd Kenneth Boullier, Priest-in-Charge of St Just-in-Roseland and St Mawes, and Rural Dean of Powder, to be also Hon. Canon of Truro Cathedral (Truro).

BOWDEN. The Revd Andrew Bowden, Assistant Curate of All Saints’, Laleham (London), to be Plymouth Youth Enabler, and Chaplain of All Saints’ Academy (Exeter).

BRADFORD. The Revd Alan Bradford, Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) in the Bracknell Team Ministry (Oxford), to be Vicar of St John’s, Hillingdon (London).

BROWN. The Revd Anne Brown, Priest-in-Charge of the Three Rivers, to be also Hon. Canon of Truro Cathedral (Truro).

BRYAN. The Revd Timothy Bryan, Co-Ordinating Chaplain of HM Prison Wandsworth, to be also Hon. Canon of Southwark Cathedral (Southwark).

BURGESS. The Revd Jane Burgess, Priest-in-Charge of Bathford, now also Assistant Rural Dean of Bath (Bath & Wells).

CARR. The Revd Amanda Carr, Vicar of Lamberhurst and Matfield, and Rural Dean of Paddock Wood, to be Vicar of Weald (Rochester).

CLARK. The Revd Michael Clark, Team Rector in the Edgware Team Ministry (London), to be house-for-duty Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Bisley, Chalford, France Lynch, and Oakridge and Bussage with Eastcombe (Gloucester).

CLARKE. The Revd Dr Alexandra Clarke, house-for-duty Team Vicar in the Papworth Team Ministry, to be also Chaplain of St Bede’s InterChurch School (Ely).

CLARKE. The Revd Dr Susan Clarke, NS Team Vicar in the Furzedown Team Ministry, to be also Hon. Canon of Southwark Cathedral (Southwark).

CLEMENT. The Revd Peter Clement, Canon of Ripon Cathedral, and Diocesan Director of Ordinands (West Yorkshire & the Dales), to be Vocations Development Officer and Director of Ordinands (Carlisle).

COOKSON. The Revd William Cookson, Minister of Springfield Church Extra-Parochial Place, Wallington, and Dean of Fresh Expressions, to be also Hon. Canon of Southwark Cathedral (Southwark).

COPESTAKE. The Revd Sharon Cokestake, Assistant Curate of St Philip and St James, Chatham, to be Vicar of St Francis’s, Strood (Rochester).

CUNNINGTON. The Revd Andrew Cunnington, Vicar of St Matthew’s, Redhill, and Area Dean of Reigate, to be also Hon. Canon of Southwark Cathedral (Southwark).

DUNLOP. The Revd Andrew Dunlop, Team Vicar in the Duston Team Ministry (Peterborough), to be Tutor and joint Director of Mission Partnership of Cranmer Hall, and Project Leader of the East Durham Mission Project (Durham).

ELSTON. The Revd James Elston, Team Vicar in the St Pancras Old Church Team Ministry (London), to be Team Rector.

FREEMAN. The Revd Karl Freeman, Team Rector in the North Sutton Team Ministry (Emmanuel Church with St Paul’s, Efford, and St Augustine’s, Plymouth), and Prebendary of Exeter Cathedral, to be also Rural Dean of Plymouth City (Exeter).

GARVIE. The Revd Peter Garvie, Royal Navy Chaplain, to be Chaplain of Commander Faslane Flotilla (Royal Naval Chaplaincy Service).

GILL. The Revd David Gill, Priest-in-Charge of Tamerton Foliot, Assistant Curate of Southway, and Devon County Chaplain to the St John Ambulance Brigade, to be also Assistant Rural Dean of Plymouth City (Exeter).

HALL. The Revd Peter Hall, Priest-in-Charge of Crookhorn, and Assistant Curate of Portsdown and of Purbrook, to be also Hon. Canon of Portsmouth Cathedral, and Dean of Pioneer Ministry (Portsmouth).

HARMON. The Revd Michael Harmon, NSM of Aston and Nechells, to be Vicar of Chelmsley Wood (Birmingham).

HARTLEY. The Revd Dr Sarah Hartley, NSM of Bath Abbey with St James’s, Bath (Bath & Wells), to be Vicar of St Mary with St Peter and St Jude, West Brompton (London).

HILLIER. The Revd Andrew Hillier, Royal Navy Chaplain, to be Chaplain of Royal Naval Air Station Yeovilton (Royal Naval Chaplaincy Service).

HOLLAND. The Revd Simon Holland, Rector of Bath Walcot, now also Assistant Rural Dean of Bath (Bath & Wells).

HUGHES. The Revd William Hughes, Vicar of Petersfield, Rector of Buriton, and Area Dean of Petersfield, to be also Hon. Canon of Portsmouth Cathedral (Portsmouth).

JONES. The Revd April Jones, NSM of Badgeworth, Shurdington and Witcombe with Bentham (Gloucester), to be NS Associate Priest.

KINGSTON. The Revd Michael Kingston, Vicar of St Bartholomew’s, Sydenham, and Rural Dean of Lewisham West, to be also Hon. Canon of Southwark Cathedral (Southwark).

KNEEBONE. The Revd Jane Kneebone, NSM (Associate Priest) of Newquay, and Director of Reader Training, to be also Hon. Canon of Truro Cathedral (Truro).

McGIVERN. The Revd Ann McGivern, NSM of St Bartholomew’s, Long Benton, to be NS Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of Balkwell (Newcastle).

MacLAREN. The Revd Clare MacLaren, Priest-in-Charge of St Barnabas’s, Heaton, and of St Martin’s, Heaton (West Yorkshire & the Dales), to be Residentiary Canon for Music and Liturgy of Newcastle Cathedral (Newcastle).

McMURTARY. The Revd Simon McMurtary, Assistant Curate of Four Marks (Winchester), to be Chaplain of Durham School (Durham).

MIALL. The Revd Hazel Miall, NS Assistant Curate of Christ Church, Southgate (London), to be NS Associate Priest.

NEWBY. The Revd Ailsa Newby, Team Rector designate in the Putney Team Ministry, and Kingston Area Director of Initial Ministerial Education, to be also Hon. Canon of Southwark Cathedral (Southwark).

PARKER. The Revd Lynn Parker, Vicar of Antony with Sheviock and Torpoint, to be also Hon. Canon of Truro Cathedral (Truro).

POWER. The Revd James Power, Chaplain of Harrow School, to be also Vicar of St Mary’s, Harrow on the Hill (London).

RAO. The Revd Norma Rao, Rector of Rossington (Sheffield), to be Vicar of West Acklam (York).

RHODES. The Revd Benjamin Rhodes, Spritual Care Leader and Chaplaincy Team Leader of King’s College Hospital, and Bishop’s Adviser for Hospital Chaplains, to be also Hon. Canon of Southwark Cathedral (Southwark).

ROBERTS. The Ven. Stephen Roberts, Archdeacon Emeritus of Wandsworth, Deputy Diocesan Secretary, and Bishop’s Officer for Non-Stipendiary Clergy, to be also Hon. Canon of Southwark Cathedral (Southwark).

ROBERTSON. The Revd Linda Robertson, NS Team Vicar in the Totton Team Ministry (Winchester), to be Rector of Cocking with Bepton and West Lavington (Chichester).

SANDER-HEYS. The Revd Jemma Sander-Hayes, Assistant Curate of Royal Wootton Bassett (Salisbury), to be Team Vicar in the Great Yarmouth Team Ministry (Norwich).

SENIOR. The Revd Brian Senior, Vicar of St Philip’s, Tunbridge Wells, to be Team Rector in the South Gillingham Team (Rochester).

STEVENSON. The Revd Andrew Stevenson, NSM of Mylor with Flushing, to be also Hon. Canon of Truro Cathedral (Truro).

SYKES. The Revd Emma Sykes, formerly Assistant Curate of St Martin-in-the-Bull-Ring, Birmingham, with St Andrew’s, Bordesley, to be NSM (Associate Missioner) of Boldmere (Birmingham).

VANNOZZI. The Revd Peter Vannozzi, Vicar of St James’s, Hampton Hill, to be Vicar of St Augustine’s, Highgate (London).

WAGSTAFF. The Revd Michael Wagstaff, Royal Navy Chaplain, to be Chaplain of RN Gibraltar (Royal Naval Chaplaincy Service).

WALKER. The Revd Lesley Walker, Rector of Meneage, and Rural Dean of Kerrier, to be also Hon. Canon of Truro Cathedral (Truro).

WATSON. The Revd Peter Watson, Vicar of Brayton, to be also York Archdeaconry Adviser for Initial Ministerial Education Phase 2 (York).

WEBBER. The Revd Adam Webber, Royal Navy Chaplain, to be Chaplain of Commando Training Centre Royal Marines (Royal Naval Chaplaincy Service).

WHITTLE. The Revd Naomi Whittle, Vicar of St Andrew with St Michael, Stockwell, to be also Hon. Canon of Southwark Cathedral (Southwark).

WILD. The Revd Alan Wild, NSM of St Peter’s, Walworth, to be also Hon. Canon of Southwark Cathedral (Southwark).

WILSHERE. The Revd Daile Wilshere, Team Vicar in the Savernake Team Ministry (Salisbury), to be Rector of Saltford with Corston and Newton St Loe (Bath & Wells).

WOOD. The Revd Timothy Wood, NSM of Purbrook, to be Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of St Andrew’s, Eastoke, Hayling Island, of St Peter’s, Hayling, and of St Andrew’s, Hayling (Portsmouth).

WRIGHT. The Revd Edward Wright, Rector of Cliffe at Hoo with Cooling, to be Rector of Wrotham (Rochester).

 

SCOTLAND

TUCKER. The Revd Andrew Tucker, Chaplain of St Nicolas’s, Fujairah (Cyprus & the Gulf), now Rector of St Mary’s, Ellon, and St James the Less, Cruden Bay (Aberdeen & Orkney).

 

LAY APPOINTMENTS

DAVIES. Helen Davies to be Chapter Canon of Truro Cathedral (Truro).

DUNLOP. Dr Sarah Dunlop to be Tutor and joint Director of Mission Partnership of Cranmer Hall, Durham (Durham).

GWYNN. John Gwynn, Chair of the Diocesan Finance Committee, to be also Lay Canon of Portsmouth Cathedral (Portsmouth).

HYDE. Captain Timothy Hyde CA to be Pioneer Evangelist of Sholing (Winchester).

KEAST. Andrew Keast to be Lay Canon of Truro Cathedral (Truro).

MORGAN. Glyn Morgan, Chief Executive of the Hereford Cathedral Perpetual Trust, to be also Chief Executive and Chapter Clerk of Hereford Cathedral (Hereford).

PASSMORE. Richard Passmore to be God For All Fresh Expressions Enabler (Carlisle).

SKINNARD. Daphne Skinnard to be Chapter Canon of Truro Cathedral (Truro).

SMITH. Micheline Smith, Stratton Deanery Lay Chair, to be also Lay Canon of Truro Cathedral (Truro).

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