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Appointments

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16 March 2018

New archdeacon

THE next Archdeacon of Sunderland, in Durham diocese, is to be the Revd Robert Cooper, Vicar of St Giles with St Mary and All Saints, Pontefract, in Leeds (formerly Wakefield) diocese, since 2005, Rural/Area Dean of Pontefract since 2006, and Hon. Canon of Wakefield Cathedral since 2008. He will remain an Hon. Canon of Mara Cathedral, Mara diocese, Tanzania.

 

Archdeacon moves on

THE Ven. William Stuart-White, Archdeacon of Cornwall, in Truro diocese, since 2012, is to be Priest-in-Charge of All Saints’, Falmouth, in that diocese, and Team Leader of Transforming Mission in Falmouth.

 

BARNES. The Revd David Barnes, Rector of North Kernow and Priest-in-Charge of Kilkhampton and Morwenstow, to be also Rural Dean of Stratton (Truro).

BAXTER. The Revd Stephen Baxter, formerly NSM of St Olave Hart Street with All Hallows Staining and St Catherine Coleman, London, now Interim Priest-in-Charge (Interim Minister) of St Stephen Walbrook and St Swithun London Stone with St Benet Sherehog and St Mary Bothaw with St Laurence Pountney, London (London).

BERRY. The Revd Paul Berry, Team Rector in the Edgware Team Ministry, and Area Dean of West Barnet (London), to be Spiritual Care Co-ordinator and Chaplain of Trinity Hospice, Blackpool (Blackburn).

CHARLTON. The Revd Hazel Charlton, Team Vicar in the Halas Team Ministry, with responsibility for St Peter’s, Lapal, to be also Dean of Women’s Ministry (Worcester).

COLLINS. The Revd Margaret Collins, NS Assistant Curate of Christ Church, Warminster (Salisbury), to be NS Associate Priest.

COLWILL. The Revd James Colwill, Canon Missioner designate of Southwark Cathedral, to be also Diocesan Director of Mission (Southwark).

DRYDEN. The Revd Sally Dryden, Assistant Curate of St Alban the Martyr and St Michael, Golders Green (London), to be NS Associate Vicar.

EVERETT. The Revd Dr Alan Everett, Vicar of Notting Dale and Norlands, to be also Prebendary of St Paul’s Cathedral (London).

FAULKNER. The Revd Iain Faulkner, formerly Interim Priest-in-Charge of South Wimbledon, to be Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Stockwell (Southwark).

HANKS. The Revd John Hanks, formerly NSM of St Barnabas and St Paul, and of St Thomas the Martyr, Oxford (Oxford), to be NS Assistant Curate of All Saints’, North Street, York (York).

GREENHALGH. The Revd Jane Greenhalgh, Team Vicar (Associate Rector) in the New Bury with Great Lever Team Ministry (Manchester), to be Vicar of Freckleton and St Paul’s, Warton (Blackburn).

HARRISON. The Revd Marion Harrison, Priest-in-Charge of the Lavingtons, Cheverells, and Easterton (Salisbury), to be Rector.

HORNER. The Revd Sally Horner, Chaplain of the West London Mental Health NHS Trust (London), now Chaplain of Oxford Health NHS Trust (Oxford).

HORSFALL. The Revd Deborah Horsfall, Assistant Curate of South Ossett, to be Rector of Thornhill and Whitley Lower (Leeds).

MANSELL. The Ven. Clive Mansell, Archdeacon Emeritus of Tonbridge (Rochester), to be also Capitular Canon of Ripon Cathedral (Leeds).

MASON. The Revd Damien Mason, Assistant Curate of St Mary and Christ Church, Hendon, to be Vicar of St Mary’s, Brookfield (London) (correction).

MICHAUX. The Revd Teresa Michaux, Hon. Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of St Andrew with St John the Baptist, Swindon (Bristol), to be house-for-duty Team Vicar in the Marden Vale Team Ministry (Salisbury).

NORMAN. The Revd Michael Norman, Rector of Sapcote and Sharnford with Wigston Parva (Leicester), to be part-time.

POUNTAIN. The Revd Thomas Pountain now NS Assistant Curate of St Luke’s, West Hampstead (London).

RUSSELL. The Revd Marion Russell, Area Dean of Brighouse and Elland, and Vicar of Rastrick, now also Joint Interim Area Dean of Calder Valley (Leeds).

SHOESMITH. The Revd Kathia Shoesmith, Vicar of Bradshaw and Holmfield, Area Dean of Halifax, and Assistant Curate (Interim Priest-in-Charge) of St Thomas’s, Claremount, in Southowram and Claremount, now also Joint Interim Area Dean of Calder Valley (Leeds).

SWAN. The Revd Duncan Swan, Team Rector in the Caterham Team Ministry, to be Deaneries Development Adviser, remaining Hon. Canon of Southwark Cathedral (Southwark).

TAYLOR. The Revd Paul Taylor, Vicar of St Francis’s, Salisbury, and St Lawrence’s, Stratford sub Castle, Rural Dean of Salisbury, and Hon. Canon of Salisbury Cathedral (Salisbury), to be Priest-in-Charge of St Matthew’s, Worthing (Chichester).

THORIUS. The Revd Lynn Thorius, formerly Bishop’s Chaplain and Policy Adviser, to be half-time Interim Minister (Priest-in-Charge) of the Wiske (Leeds).

VACCARO. The Revd Alexandra Vaccaro, NSM (Associate Priest) in the Kidderminster Ismere Team Ministry, and Hon. Canon of Worcester Cathedral, to be also Dean of Self-Supporting Ministers (Worcester).

WENHAM. The Revd Alan Wenham, Assistant Curate of Holy Trinity, Wallington, to be Team Vicar of St George’s, in the Morden Team Ministry (Southwark).

WILLIAMS. The Revd Susan Williams, Team Vicar in the Sid Valley Team Ministry (Sidmouth, Woolbrook, Salcombe Regis, Sidbury with Sidford, and All Saints’, Sidmouth) (Exeter), to be Rector of St Margaret of Antioch, Chipstead (Southwark).

WILSON. The Revd Erik Wilson, formerly Vicar of Linthorpe, and Canon of York Minster (York), now Canon Emeritus.

 

WALES

TAYLER. The Revd Wendy Tayler, Team Vicar in the Neath Team Ministry and Ministry Area, to be Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) in the Caerleon Ministry Area (Llandaff).

 

LAY APPOINTMENT

WIGNAL. Andrew Wignal to be Chaplain of St George’s University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (Southwark).

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