Friday 23 March 2018
By the Bishop in All Saints’, Matlock Bank, on 20 September:
Priest: Dr Anne Phillips.
By the Bishop of Edmonton in St James’s, Enfield Highway, on 17 September:
Deacon: Kechinyere Onwuke (St James with St Barnabas, Enfield, NSM).
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