Appointments

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01 June 2018

Acting archdeacons: 

THE Revd Mark Standen, Rector of Angmering, since 1999, Rural Dean of Arundel and Bognor, since 2008, and an Hon. Canon of Chichester Cathedral, and the Revd David Twinley, Vicar of Arundel with Tortington and South Stoke, since 2016, have been appointed Acting Archdeacons of Chichester.

Before his present appointments, Mr Standen served his curacy in Rochester diocese, having worked as a barrister before his ordination in 1995. Mr Twinley has served in Chichester diocese since 2003, including as Rural Dean of Petworth from 2010-16.

The Ven. Douglas McKittrick retires on 30 June.

 

ADSHEAD. The Revd Adele Adshead, NS Assistant Curate of Holy Trinity, Ashby-de-la-Zouch, in the Ashby-de-la-Zouch and Breedon on the Hill Team Ministry, to be NS Associate Minister in the Ashby de la Zouch and Breedon on the Hill Team Ministry (Leicester).

ALLEN. The Revd Rebecca Allen, Assistant Curate of Springfield, to be Vicar of St Columba’s, Sutton Coldfield (Birmingham).

BINNS. The Revd Catherine Binns, Chaplain of the Bolton NHS Foundation Trust, to be also NS Assistant Curate of Littleborough (Manchester).

CARMYLLIE. The Revd Jonathan Carmyllie, Vicar of West Pendleside, to be also Area Dean of Whalley (Blackburn) (correction).

COWLIN. The Revd Clare Cowlin, formerly NSM of Chewton Mendip with Ston Easton, Litton and Emborough, to be Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of St Cuthbert’s, Wells, with Wookey Hole (Bath & Wells).

DAVEY. The Revd Christopher Davey, Priest-in-Charge of Coggeshall with Marks Hall, and of Cressing with Stisted and Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall and Pattiswick, to be also Rural Dean of Braintree (Chelmsford).

DOICK. The Revd Paul Doick, Rector of Henfield with Shermanbury and Woodmancote, now also Rural Dean of Hurst (Chichester).

FORD. The Revd Anthony Ford, Vicar of Balderstone (Manchester), to be Priest-in-Charge of St Mark’s, Barrow-in-Furness (Carlisle).

FRANCIS. The Revd Sharon Francis, Vicar of New Groombridge, now also Rural Dean of Rotherfield (Chichester).

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FROST. The Revd Alexander Frost, Assistant Curate of St Matthew the Apostle and Habergham Eaves with Holy Trinity, Burnley (Blackburn), to be Vicar.

GOODYEAR. The Revd Benjamin Goodyear, Vicar of St Paul with St Saviour, Brixton, to be Vicar of Herne Hill (Southwark).

GREEN. The Revd Dr Alison Green, NSM (Associate Minister) of Westbourne, now Chaplain of the University of Chichester (Chichester).

GROOMBRIDGE. The Revd Jeremy Groombridge, NS Assistant Curate in the Sanderstead Team Ministry (Southwark), now Assistant Priest.

HAKE. The Revd Mark Hake, formerly Assistant Curate of Wembdon (Bath & Wells), now Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Peacehaven and Telscombe Cliffs with Piddinghoe and Telscombe Village (Chichester).

HASLAM. The Revd Jane Haslam, Rector of the Alfred Jewel Benefice, now also Rural Dean of Sedgemoor (Bath & Wells).

HAYES. The Revd Sarah Hayes, NSM (Assistant Priest) of St Germain’s, Edgbaston (Birmingham), to be Interim Associate Vicar.

HEARD. The Revd James Heard, Priest-in-Charge of St George with St John, Holland Park (London), to be Vicar.

HUBBUCK. The Revd Dominic Hubbuck, Assistant Curate of the Yare Valley Churches Benefice, now Assistant Curate of St Andrew with the Good Shepherd, Thorpe (Norwich).

HUTCHINS. The Revd Paul Hutchins, Priest-in-Charge of St Luke’s, Southport (Liverpool), to be Rector of the Holy Family, Failsworth (Manchester), remaining Canon Commissary of Wiawso, Ghana (Wiawso, West Africa).

IRVINE. The Revd Christopher Irvine, Priest-in-Charge of St James the Great, Ewhurst, and of St Giles’s, Bodiam, now also Rural Dean of Rye (Chichester).

JAMIESON. The Revd Guy Jamieson, Vicar of Little Marsden with St Mary’s, Nelson, and St Bede’s, Nelson, to be also Rural Dean of Pendle (Blackburn) (cor­rection).

JONES. The Revd Benjamin Jones, Assistant Curate of St Mary’s, Bryanston Square, with St Mark’s, Marylebone (London), to be Priest-in-Charge of St Peter’s, Brockley (Southwark).

JONES. The Revd Rebecca Jones, Assistant Curate (Associate Vicar) of Aston and Nechells (Birmingham), to be Vicar of St Mary’s, Leamington Priors (Coventry).

LANE. The Revd William Lane, Vicar of Holy Trinity, Bridgwater, and Durleigh, now also Assistant Rural Dean of Sedgemoor (Bath & Wells).

MALAM. The Revd Susan Malam, NS Assistant Curate in the Witham and Villages Team Ministry, to be Associate Priest (Chelmsford).

MANLEY. The Revd Jane Manley, Vicar of Ruislip Manor, and Dean of Women’s Ministry in the Willesden Area (London), to be Rector of Aldermaston and Woolhampton (Oxford).

PARRY. The Revd Jacqueline Parry, NS Assistant Curate of Great Crosby, now also Chaplain of Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust (Liverpool).

PETERS. The Revd Heather Peters, Assistant Curate of St Paul with St Saviour, Brixton, to be Assistant Curate of Herne Hill (Southwark).

PLATT. The Revd Jane Platt, formerly NSM of St Boniface’s, Quinton Road West, now Priest-in-Charge of Frankley (Birmingham).

QUANTRILL. The Revd Sarah Quantrill, Assistant Curate of Oulton Broad, to be Interim Priest-in-Charge of St Luke with St Augustine, Norwich (Norwich).

REEVES. The Revd Graham Reeves, Chaplain of Bognor War Memorial Hospital and Hospice Chaplain for Sussex NHS Foundation Trust, now also Assistant Curate (Associate Vicar) of Aldingbourne, Barnham and Eastergate, with special responsibility for Barnham (Chichester).

RISDON. The Revd Caroline Risdon, Assistant Curate of St Alfege’s, Greenwich (Southwark), to be Interim Assistant Priest.

ROBERTS. The Revd Julie Roberts, Hon. Assistant Curate of Haworth and Cross Roads cum Lees (Leeds), to be Associate Priest.

ROWAN. The Revd Nicholas Rowan, Team Vicar the Rayleigh Team Ministry, to be Priest-in-Charge of Hawkwell (Chelmsford).

SMITH. The Revd Deborah Smith, formerly Joint Vicar of Pahiatua and Eketahuna (Wellington; Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia), now Priest-in-Charge of Tillington, of Duncton, and of Upwaltham (Chichester).

SMITH. The Revd Michael Smith, Vicar of Hatch Warren and Beggarwood, to be Rector of Winton, Moordown and Charminster (Winchester).

STEPHENSON. The Revd Juliet Stephenson, Vicar of Chapel House (Newcastle), to be Director of the Good Funerals Company.

TILLEY. The Revd Stephen Tilley, Assistant Curate (Associate Vicar) of Trendlewood Conventional District in Holy Trinity, Nailsea, now also Rural Dean of Portishead (Bath & Wells).

WADE. The Revd Geoffrey Wade, Rector of the Winsmoor Benefice, now also Rural Dean of Crewkerne (Bath & Wells).

WORSDALE. The Revd Barry Worsdale, house-for-duty Priest-in-Charge of North Cave with Cliffe, and of Hotham, to be Priest-in-Charge (York).

 

WALES

PREST. The Revd Hilary Prest, NS Assistant Curate in the Bassaleg Ministry Area, now Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) in the Magor Ministry Area (Monmouth).

 

OVERSEAS

NAPIER. The Revd Graeme Napier, Associate Priest of St John’s, Cowley (Oxford), now Rector of St John’s in the Village, New York (New York, ECUSA).

 

LAY APPOINTMENTS

FARADOYE. Lotwina Faradoye now Vice-Chair of the Southwark Diocesan Board of Finance (Southwark).

HYDE. Daniel Hyde, Organist and Director of Music of St Thomas’s, Fifth Avenue, New York (New York, ECUSA), to be Director of Music of King’s College, Cambridge (Ely).

MATTHEWS. Adam Matthews, Head of Engagement for the Church of England Pensions Board, now Director of Ethics and Engagement.

SAUNDERS. Alan Saunders to be Chair of the Southwark Diocesan Board of Finance (Southwark).

 

LLMs (admitted and licensed)

Diocese of Rochester (by the Rt Revd Dr Laurie Green, in Rochester Cathedral on 19 May): Karen Barrett, Carol Bridge, Sunil Chandy, Dave Green, Daphne Harrison, Susan Heads, Amanda Holloway, Christine Ireland, Les Jackson, Cath Johnston, Funmi Makanju, Magali van der Merwe, Christine Seth-Smith, Lynn Wallington, Graham Wilkinson.

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