Appointments

by
22 December 2016

Church in Wales

New duties: Canon Joanna Penberthy

New duties: Canon Joanna Penberthy

THE Bishop of Makamba, the Rt Revd Martin Blaise Nyaboho, was elected Archbishop of Burundi during 2016; the Bishop of Argen­tina, the Rt Revd Gregory Venables, was elected Primate of the Anglican Church of South America.

Other episcopal appointments during the year included those of Dr Michael Ipgrave as Bishop of Lichfield, translated from Wool­wich; Dr Steven Croft as Bishop of Oxford, translated from Sheffield; the Revd Jennifer Baskerville Bur­rows as Bishop of Indianapolis; and Canon Joanna Penberthy as Bishop of St Davids.

The Ven. Janet McFarlane as Bishop of Repton; Canon Jo Bailey Wells as Bishop of Dorking; Canon Mark Tanner as Bishop of Berwick; the Ven. Mark Ashcroft as Bishop of Bolton; and the Ven. Robert Springett as Bishop of Tewkesbury.

The Rt Revd Anthony Poggo as Archbishop of Canterbury’s Adviser for An­glican Communion Affairs; the Bishop of Burnley (the Rt Revd Philip North) as Master of the Guardians of the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsing­ham; the Bishop of Manchester (Dr David Walker) as Deputy Chairman of the Church Commissioners; the Bishop of Shrewsbury (the Rt Revd Mark Rylands) as Chairman of the Melanesian Mission; the Bishop of Leicester (the Rt Revd Martyn Snow) as Chairman of the Central Readers’ Council; and the Rt Revd Ian Brackley as Chairman of the Retired Clergy Association.

 

CLERICAL appointments reported during the year included those of the Revd Isaac Hanna as Arch­dea­con of Elphin and Ardagh; the Revd Mark Ireland as Archdeacon of Blackburn; Canon Philip Hesketh as Dean of Rochester; the Revd Vickie Sims as Archdeacon of Italy and Malta; the Revd Samuel Wright as Dean of Connor; the Ven. Nicola Sullivan as Dean of Southwell; the Revd Janet Mackenzie as Arch­deacon of Hertford.

Canon Guy Elsmore as Arch­deacon of Buckingham; the Revd Dr Edward Dowler as Arch­deacon of Hastings; the Ven. Chris­tine Wilson as Dean of Lincoln; Prebendary Simon Hill as Arch­deacon of Taunton; Prebendary Moira Astin as Archdeacon of Reigate; Canon Karen Hutchinson as Archdeacon of Norwich; Canon Anthony Kaunhoven as Acting Archdeacon of Chesterfield.

Canon Jonathan Davies as Arch­deacon of Gower; the Revd Geoffrey Wilson as Dean of Down; the Very Revd Dr John Davies as Dean of Wells; the Revd Kevin Smith as Priest Administrator of the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsing­ham; the Revd Simon Lumby as Archdeacon of Limerick, Ardfert, and Aghadoe; the Very Revd Cath­er­ine Ogle as Dean of Winchester.

The Very Revd Jo Kelly-Moore as Archdeacon of Canterbury; the Ven. Meurig Llwyd Williams as Arch­deacon of France; Canon Jonathan Baker as Acting Dean of Peterbor­ough; the Ven. Kevin Roberts as Interim Archdeacon of Wells; Canon Paul Ayers as Archdeacon of Leeds.

Canon Susan Jones as Acting Dean of Derby; the Revd Vernon Ross as Archdeacon of Westmor­land and Furness; the Revd Lee Townend as Archdeacon of Carlisle; Canon Brian Harper as Archdeacon of Clogher; the Ven. David New­man as Warden of Launde Abbey.

Canon Peter Howell-Jones as Dean of Blackburn; Canon Susan Field as Interim Acting Archdeacon of Loughborough; the Revd Paul Harcourt as Leader of New Wine.

 

LAY appointments included those of Christina Rees as Dean of Little Gidding; David Porter as the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Chief of Staff and Strategy, Sarah Snyder as the Arch­bishop’s Adviser for Reconciliation, and Ruth Mawhin­ney as his Head of Media.

Jimmy Dale as the C of E’s Youth Evangel­ism Of­­ficer, Rosemarie Davidson-Gotobed as its National Minority Ethnic Vocations Officer, Mark Arena as its Head of Financial Com­munica­tions, and Adrian Harris as its Deputy Head of Communications (Digital).

Janet Gough as Executive Director of Allchurches Trust; Dr Stephen Toope as Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge.

 

THE Revd Dr Calvin Samuel as Principal of the London School of Theology.

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