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22 September 2017

BARTLETT. The Revd Dr Alan Bartlett, Vicar of St Giles’s, Durham, and Priest-in-Charge of Shadforth and Sherburn, to be Diocesan Clergy Development Adviser (Dur­ham).

BOWLER. The Revd Neil Bowler, Vicar of Ranmoor, to be house-for-duty Assistant Curate (Assistant Priest) of Bramley, of Ravenfield, Hooton Roberts and Braithwell, of Thrybergh, and of Wickersley, re­­main­­ing Hon. Canon of Sheffield Cathedral, and Bishop’s Adviser in Spirituality (Sheffield).

COURT. The Revd Martin Court, Vicar of Chadwell Heath, to be also Area Dean of Barking and Dagen­ham (Chelmsford).

De SMET. The Revd Andrew de Smet, Archbishop’s Adviser and Co-­ord­­inator of Pastoral Care, and Vicar of St Gregory’s, Kirkdale, with Ha­­rome, Nunnington and Pockley, to be full-time Archbishop’s Adviser and Co-ordinator of Pastoral Care (York).

GIBBS. The Revd Stewart Gibbs, formerly Vicar of Hatfield Heath and Sheering, now NS Assistant Cur­­ate (Associate Priest) of Black­more and Stondon Massey (Chelms­ford).

HERROD. The Revd Kathryn Her­rod, Team Rector in the Hucknall Torkard Team Ministry, Dean of Wo­­­­men’s Ministry, and Hon. Canon of Southwell Cathedral (South­­well & Nottingham), to be Priest-in-Charge of Barnburgh with Melton On the Hill and Aldwick-Upon-Dearne, and of Bilham, and Assist­ant Diocesan Director of Ord­in­ands (Sheffield).

KEATING. The Revd Valerie Keat­ing, NS Assistant Curate of Batley, to be Priest-in-Charge of Lepton, of Emley, and of Flockton cum Denby Grange (Leeds).

KEDDILTY. The Revd Matthew Ked­­dilty, Assistant Curate of Ul­­vers­ton (Carlisle), to be Vicar of Bishop Auckland (Durham).

MERCER. The Revd Dr Jarred Mercer, Assistant Curate of St Mary Magdalen’s, Oxford, and Junior Chap­­lain of Merton College, Ox­­ford, to be Associate Chaplain and Career Development Researcher of Mer­­ton College, and NS Assistant Curate of St Mary Magdalen’s (Oxford).

MESSER. The Revd David Messer, Rector of Stanton, Hopton, Market Weston, Barningham and Coney Weston, Priest-in-Charge of Hep­worth, Hinderclay and Thelnetham and Rural Dean of Ixworth (St Ed­mundsbury & Ipswich), to be Rector of Walkington, Bishop Burton, Rowley and Skidby (York).

MORGAN. The Revd Christopher Morgan, formerly NSM of St Dun­stan’s, Stepney, to be NS Assistant Curate of St Andrew’s, Stoke New­ington (London).

PETTER. The Revd Oliver Petter, Assistant Curate of Old St Pancras Church (London), to be house-for-duty Assistant Curate (Assistant Priest) of St Barnabas and St Paul with St Thomas the Martyr, Oxford, and Chaplain Missioner of Pusey House (Oxford).

TAYLOR. The Revd Matthew Taylor, Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Rushden with Newton Bromswold (Peterborough), to be Vicar of Finham (Coventry).

THOMAS. The Revd Andrew Thomas, Assistant Curate (Associ­ate Minister) of St Matthew’s, Cam­bridge (Ely), to be Priest-in-Charge of St Mary and St Paul, Doncaster (Sheffield).

VASEY-SAUNDERS. The Revd Dr Mark Vasey-Saunders, Tutor of St Hild College, Mirfield, to be also Priest Vicar of Wakefield Cathedral (Leeds).

WRIGHT. The Revd Jonathan Wright, Rector of Hedon, Paull, Sproatley and Preston in Holderness (York), to be Rector of Bingham (Southwell & Nottingham).



WANDREY. The Revd Bryce Wandrey, Hon. Assistant Curate of St Mi­­chael’s, Highgate and of All Saints’, Highgate, and part-time As­­sistant Chap­­lain of Highgate School (Lon­don), now Chaplain of Porter Gaud School, Charleston (South Caro­­lina, ECUSA).

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