Appointments

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29 April 2016

New interim archdeacon

THE Ven. Christopher Sims, Archdeacon Emeritus of Walsall, in Lichfield diocese, is to be Interim Archdeacon of Carlisle, in Carlisle diocese.

 

BUSH. The Revd Anthony Bush, NS Assistant Curate of Watercombe (Salisbury), now Associate Priest.

COOPER. The Revd Wendy Cooper, NS Assistant Curate of St Thomas and St Edmund, Salisbury (Salisbury), to be Associate Priest.

FARLEY-MOORE. The Revd Peter Farley-Moore, Team Rector in the Ravensbourne Team Ministry (Southwark), now also Hon. Canon of Mara (Mara, Tanzania).

FLOATE. The Revd Rhona Floate, Rector of Wool and East Stoke, and Rural Dean of Purbeck, to be Priest-in-Charge of the White Horse Benefice (Salisbury).

FRANCE-WILLIAMS. The Revd Azariah France-Williams, Assistant Curate of St Francis’s, Dalgarno Riad, in St Helen with Holy Trinity, Kensington, to be Assistant Curate (Assistant Priest) of St Peter and St Paul, Teddington, with St Michael and St George, Fulwell, and of St Mary with St Alban, Teddington (London).

GERRARD. The Revd David Gerrard, Assistant Curate of Shevington (Blackburn), to be Priest-in-Charge of St Andrew and St Mary with St Swithun, Wakefield, and of St Catherine’s, Sandal (Leeds).

GOUNDREY-SMITH. The Revd Stephen Goundrey-Smith, Priest-in-Charge of Chedworth, Yanworth and Stowell, Coln Rogers and Coln St Denys, and NS Assistant Priest of Northleach with Hampnett and Farmington, Cold Aston with Notgrove and Turkdean, and Compton Abdale with Haselton, and of Sherborne, Windrush, The Barringtons and Aldsworth, now house-for-duty Rector of Chedworth, Yanworth and Stowell, Coln Rogers and Coln St Denys, (Gloucester).

HARTLEY. The Revd Michael Hartley, Priest-in-Charge of St Paul’s, Warton, and Hon. Canon of Blackburn Cathedral, now also Priest-in-Charge of Freckleton (Blackburn).

HETHERINGTON. The Revd Rachel Hetherington, Assistant Priest in the Kingsthorpe Team Ministry (Peterborough), to be Team Vicar, with special responsibility for St David’s.

HOCKEN. The Revd Glen Hocken, Chaplain of HM Prison Onley (Coventry), to be Chaplain of HM Prison and Young Offenders’ Institution Moorland (Sheffield).

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HUTTON. The Revd Elizabeth Hutton, Assistant Curate in Devizes deanery, now Team Vicar in the Clarendon Team Ministry (Salisbury).

KINCHIN-SMITH. The Revd John Kinchin-Smith, formerly Rector of Chinnor, Sydenham, Aston Rowant and Crowell (Oxford), to be Interim Rural Dean of Great Yarmouth (Norwich).

LOMAS. The Revd Anthony Lomas, Rector of Redmarley D’abitot, Bromesberrow, Pauntley, Upleadon, Oxenhall, Dymock, Donnington, Kempley and Preston (Gloucester), to be Chaplain in Aquitaine, France (Europe).

McARTHUR-EDWARDS. The Revd Judith McArthur-Edwards, Assistant Chaplain of Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, to be Assistant Chaplain of St George’s Hospital NHS Trust (Southwark).

McGREGOR. The Revd Eileen McGregor, NS Assistant Curate of All Saints’, Fulham, to be Assistant Curate (Assistant Priest) of St Nicholas with St Mary Magdalene, Chiswick (London).

MEYRICK. The Revd Dr Thomas Meyrick, Rector of Newbold De Verdun, Barlestone and Kirkby Mallory, to be also Priest-in-Charge of Peckleton (Leicester).

OSLER. The Revd Philip Osler, formerly Priest-in-Charge of Thurleston, South Milton, West Alvington and Churchstow (Exeter), to be Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of the Bourne Valley (Salisbury).

PARTRIDGE. The Revd Stephen Partridge, Assistant Curate in the Canford Magna Team Ministry, to be Team Vicar in the Lytchetts and Upton Team Ministry (Salisbury).

PIGGOT. The Revd Dr Alan Piggot, formerly Priest-in-Charge of St Mary of Eton, Hackney Wick, to be Hon. Assistant Curate (Assistant Priest) of the Grosvenor Chapel, and Hon. Assistant Curate of St George’s, Hanover Square (London).

REES. The Revd John Rees, Priest-in-Charge of Rowde and Bromham, to be Rector of the Canalside Benefice (Salisbury).

RIGLIN. The Revd Dr Keith Riglin, Chaplain of King’s College, London, now also Hon. Assistant Curate of St Anne’s, Soho (London).

SMITH. The Revd Hannah Smith, Assistant Curate of St Peter with Holy Trinity, Leeds City, to be Priest-in-Charge of St Wilfrid’s, Halton, Leeds, and of St Philip’s, Osmondthorpe, in All Saints’, Leeds, and Osmondthorpe (Leeds).

STEWART. The Revd James Stewart, Chaplain to the Bishop of Norwich, and Diocesan Social and Community Concerns Co-ordinator, to be Rector of St Andrew with the Good Shepherd, Thorpe, remaining Hon. Priest Vicar of Norwich Cathedral (Norwich).

STRAFFORD. The Revd Elizabeth Strafford, formerly Hon. Assistnt Curate of Durham North (Durham), to be Hon. Assistant Curate of Wadworth with Loversall, and of Balby (Sheffield).

STRANGE. The Revd Alan Strange, Rector of Holy Trinity, Heigham, and Hon. Canon of Norwich Cathedral, to be Hon. Canon Emeritus (Norwich), and Senior Chaplain of Christ Church, Amsterdam, the Netherlands (Europe).

THRELFALL. The Revd Christine Threlfall, Assistant Curate in the West Bolton Team Ministry, to be Priest-in-Charge of Broughton (Manchester).

WALKER. The Revd Paul Walker, formerly Vicar of Wrose, and Priest-in-Charge of St James with St Chrysostom, Bolton (Bradford), to be Rector of Wortley and Farnley (Leeds).

 

WALES

OWEN. The Revd Caroline Owen, Vicar of Dan yr Eppynt (Swansea & Brecon), to be Priest-in-Charge of Dowlais and Pendarren (Llandaff).

 

SCOTLAND

PATON-WILLIAMS. The Revd David Paton-Williams, Vicar of Roundhay, and Hon. Canon of Ripon Cathedral (Leeds), now Rector of St Columba’s-by-the-Castle, Edinburgh (Edinburgh).

 

LAY APPOINTMENTS

CHANNON. David Channon, Diocesan Director of Education, and Chief Executive Officer of Derby Diocesan Academy Trust, to be also Lay Canon of Derby Cathedral (Derby).

PRESLAND. Andrew Presland to be Lay Canon of Peterborough Cathedral (Peterborough).

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