Resignations and retirements

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13 April 2017

ANDERSON. The Revd Jane Ander­son, Priest-in-Charge of Pleshey: 16 April, remaining Priest-in-Charge of North Springfield (Chelms­ford).

BANYARD. The Revd Michael Ban­yard, Rector of the Three Rivers Group, and Rural Dean of Fordham and Quy (Ely).

BEURKLIAN-CARTER. The Revd Santou Beurklian-Carter, Assistant Curate of St Mary with St Philip and St James, Woodford (Chelmsford): 1 June.

BROOKS. The Revd Philip Brooks, Vicar of Crich and South Wingfield (Derby): 4 September.

COLLIS. The Revd Jonathan Collis, Priest-in-Charge of North Shoe­bury: 16 April, remaining Vicar of Thorpe Bay, Area Dean of Southend-on-Sea, and Hon. Canon of Chelmsford Cathedral (Chelms­ford).

DEAN. The Revd Timothy Dean, Rural Dean of Sparham: 30 June; Hon. Assistant Curate of the Wen­sum Benefice, of Lyng, Sparham, Elsing, Bylaugh, Bawdes­well and Foxley, and of Reepham and Hack­ford with Whitwell and Kerdiston, Thurning with Wood Dalling and Salle: 31 July (Norwich).

MANN. The Revd Paul Mann, Hon. Assistant Curate of Lawford (Chelms­ford).

MacNEANEY. The Revd Jonathan MacNeaney, Assistant Curate in the Ep­­ping District Team Ministry (Chelms­­ford): 31 May.

MERCER. The Ven. Nicholas Mercer, Vicar General of the Lon­don College of Bishops, Dio­cesan Di­­­rector of Ordinands, and Pre­­bendary of St Paul’s Cathedral, re­­­maining Archdeacon Emeritus of London (London).

SMITH. The Revd Francis Smith, Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of North Shoebury, and of Holy Trinity, Southchurch (Chelmsford): 16 April.

TAYLOR. The Revd Ann Taylor, Assistant Curate (Local Minister) of St Giles’s, Newcastle under Lyme, with St Thomas’s, Butterton (Lich­field).

WADSWORTH. The Revd Peter Wadsworth, Vicar of St Saviour’s, St Albans, and Hon. Canon of St Albans Cathedral (St Albans), be­­­com­­ing Canon Emeritus.

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