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29 September 2017

New archdeacon

THE next Archdeacon of Bath, in Bath & Wells diocese, is to be the Revd Dr Adrian Youings, Rector of Trull with Angers­leigh, in that diocese, since 2003, and Rural Dean of Taun­ton since 2015. Before his pres­ent appointments, he had held curacies in Guildford and South­­wark dioceses.


BARLOW. The Revd Robert Bar­low, Priest-in-Charge of Teme Val­ley South, to be Interim Rector of Dudley and of St John’s, Dudley (Worcester).

BENOY. The Revd Stephen Benoy, Diocesan Director of Ordinands, and Hon. Canon of Peterborough Cathedral, now also Director of Vocations and Formation (Peter­borough).

COLEMAN. The Revd Stephen Coleman, Assistant Curate of St Paul’s, Winchmore Hill, to be Vicar of St Peter’s, Grange Park (London).

CROSSMAN. The Revd Sharon Crossman, Rural Dean of Axbridge, Vicar of Highbridge, and Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Hunts­pill and of Mark with Allerton, to be also Prebendary of Wells Cathedral (Bath & Wells).

DANGERFIELD. The Revd Sarah Dangerfield, Priest-in-Charge of Fladbury, Hill and Moor, Wyre Piddle, Cropthorne and Charlton, Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Peopleton and White Ladies Aston with Churchill and Spetchley and Upton Snodsbury and Brough­ton Hackett, and of Abberton, The Flyfords, Naunton Beauchamp and Bishampton with Throckmorton, to be also Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Stoulton with Drakes Broughton and Pirton (Worcester).

DAVIES. The Revd Allison Davies, NS Assistant Curate of Holy Trinity, Redditch (Worcester), now stipen­diary.

de QUIDT. The Revd Dr Marion de Quidt, Assistant Area Dean of Odi­ham, to be Area Dean, remaining Priest-in-Charge of Whitewater (Win­­­chester).

EARIS. The Revd Derek Earis, As­­sistant Curate of St Olave with St Giles, of St Denys’s, of St Helen, Stonegate with St Martin’s, Coney Street, and of All Saints’, Pavement with St Crux and St Michael Spur­riergate, York (York), to be half-time.

GOLDBY. The Revd Emma Goldby, Assistant Curate of Holy Trinity and St James, Malvern, to be Curate-in-Charge (Rector designate) of Stoul­ton with Drakes Broughton and Pirton, and Assistant Curate (As­­sociate Priest) of Peopleton and White Ladies Aston with Churchill and Spetchley and Upton Snodsbury and Broughton Hackett, of Abber­ton, The Flyfords, Naunton Beau­champ and Bishampton with Throck­­morton, and of Fladbury, Hill and Moor, Wyre Piddle, Cropthorne and Charlton (Worcester).

GOWER. The Revd Christopher Gower, Hon. Canon of Ilesa (Ilesa, Nigeria), to be also Vicar of St Martin in the Cornmarket, with St Swithin and St Paul, Worcester (Worcester).

GREENWELL. The Revd Paul Greenwell, Canon Precentor of Ripon Cathedral, and Diocesan Chaplain of the Mothers’ Union (Leeds), to be Master of the Charterhouse, Hull (York).

GWYN-THOMAS. The Revd James Gwyn-Thomas, Assistant Curate of Euxton, and of St Andrew’s, Ley­land, now Priest-in-Charge of Buck­shaw Village Conventional District (Blackburn).

HEWLETT. The Revd Guy Hewlett, Chaplain of Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust, now Team Rector in the Gornal and Dedgley Team Ministry (Worcester).

HOFFMANN. The Revd John Hoff­mann, Assistant Curate of Bath Abbey with St James (Bath & Wells), to be Operations Team Leader.

HOULDERSHAW. The Revd Michelle Houdershaw, OLM of the Brothertoft Group, and of Sibsey with Frithville, now Assistant Cur­ate (Associate Priest) of the Skegness Group (Lincoln).

JUCKES. The Revd Jonathan Juckes, Rector of Kirk Ella) and Willerby (York), to be President of Oak Hill Theological College (London).

LAURENCE. The Revd Julian Laurence, Vicar of Holy Trinity, Taunton, and Diocesan Deliverance Ministry Adviser, to be also Preb­endary of Wells Cathedral (Bath & Wells).

LYNCH. The Revd Michael Lynch, NS Assistant Curate of St James’s, Paddington, now NS Assistant Cur­ate of St Giles-in-the-Fields (Lon­don).

MARSH. The Revd Robert Marsh, NS Assistant Curate of Desford and Kirby Muxloe (Leicester), to be NS Associate Minister.

MUNDY. The Revd Dr David Mundy, Assistant Curate of Bake­well, Ashford in the Water with Sheldon and Rowsley, to be Assist­ant Curate of Glossop and of Dint­ing Vale (Derby).

NOYES. The Revd Gary Noyes, Priest-in-Charge of Peopleton and White Ladies Aston with Churchill and Spetchley and Upton Snodsbury and Broughton Hackett, of Abber­ton, The Flyfords, Naunton Beau­champ and Bishampton with Throckmorton, and Assistant Cur­ate (Associate Priest) of Fladbury, Hill and Moor, Wyre Piddle, Crop­thorne and Charlton, to be also Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Stoulton with Drakes Broughton and Pirton (Worcester).

POULSON. The Revd Mark Poul­son, National Adviser for Inter Faith Matters (London), and Archbishop of Can­terbury’s National Secretary for Inter-Religious Affairs, to be also Hon. Canon of Bradford Cathedral (Leeds).

SALEH. The Revd Carey Saleh, Assistant Curate in the Bromsgrove Team Ministry, now Vicar of Stour­port and Wilden (Worcester).

SMITH. The Revd Esther Smith, Assistant Curate of Bath Walcot, now Assistant Curate (Interim Min­ister) of Combe with Monkton Combe and South Stoke (Bath & Wells).

SWIFT. The Revd Jessica Swift, As­sistant Curate (Associate Vicar) in the Barnsbury Team Ministry, and Stepney Area Dean of Women’s Ministry, to be also Area Dean of Islington (London).

SYKES. The Revd Sandra Sykes, NS Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Great and Little Leighs and Little Waltham, of Great Waltham with Ford End, and of the Chignals with Mashbury (Chelmsford), to be house-for-duty.

THORNTON. The Rt Revd Tim­othy Thornton, Bishop at Lambeth, and Bishop to the Armed Forces, to be also Hon. Assistant Bishop (Lon­don).

TODD. The Revd Andrew Todd, Assistant Curate of Barbourne (Wor­­cester), now Curate-in-Charge.

WARBRICK. The Revd David War­brick, Vicar of All Saints’, Kings Heath, and Hon. Canon of Birming­ham Cathedral, to be also Area Dean of Moseley (Birmingham).

WILSON. The Revd Elizabeth
Wil­son, Assistant Curate of St Denys’s, Evington, to be Assistant Curate (Associate Priest and Team Vicar Designate) in the Oadby Team Min­istry, with special responsibility for St Peter’s, Oadby, and St Nicholas Chaplain of Lei­cester Grammar School (Leicester).

WYLIE. The Revd David Wylie, Royal Navy Chaplain, to be Priest-in-Charge of St Margaret of Anti­och, Leigh-on-Sea (Chelmsford).


HOLDSWORTH. Liz Holdsworth, Diocesan Director of Training, now Director of Mission and Develop­ment, remaining Lay Canon of Peterborough Cathedral (Peterbor­ough).

ILES. Adrian Iles, Deputy Diocsean Chancellor (Durham), to be Chan­cellor.

OWENS. Matthew Owens, Organist and Master of the Choristers at Wells Cathedral, to be also Preb­­endary of Wells Cathedral (Bath & Wells).

PRATT. Andrew Pratt, Lay Canon of Blackburn Cathedral, to be also Diocesan Interfath Adviser (Black­burn).

WHITE. Peter White, Diocesan Youth Officer, now Director of Chil­­dren and Youth (Peterborough).



(Admitted and licensed)

Diocese of Chichester (by the Bishop of Lewes in the Cathedral on 23 September): Caroline Armitage, Jos­lyn Arnold, Jenny Brown, Gaynor Deal, Dominic Desouza-Campbell, Martin Draper, Anna Glenton, Mary Hagell, Trevor Harrison, Andrew Jackson, Patrick Pearson-Miles, Nick Pendry, Katrina Walker.

Diocese of Portsmouth (by the Bishop in his Cathedral on 23 September): Tom Cooper, Jan Fuller, Christine Hoskins, Paddy Trasler, Deb Henning-Vears.

Diocese of Worcester (by the Bishop in his Cathedral on 16 September): Melissa Beynon, Sally-Anne Burdett.

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