Appointments

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23 March 2018

New archdeacon

THE next Archdeacon of Lynn, in Norwich diocese, is to be the Revd Ian Bentley, Rector of St Peter Mancroft with St John Maddermarket, Norwich, since 2017, and Chapter Canon of Norwich Cathedral since 2016. Before his present posts, he had held appointments in the diocese since 1995.

 

ALLEN. The Revd Charlotte Allen, Diocesan Director of Ordinands, Co-ordinator of Initial Ministerial Education, and NS Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of St Thomas and St Edmund, Salisbury (Salisbury), to be Canon Chancellor of Durham Cathedral (Durham).

ASKEW. The Revd Benjamin Askew, Pioneer Minister in the diocese, to be Pioneer Minister of Kairos Network Church (Leeds).

BESWICK. The Revd Jonathan Beswick, Vicar of St Barnabas and St Paul with St Thomas the Martyr, Oxford (Oxford), to be Rector of St Peter’s, London Docks, with St John’s, Wapping (London).

BROWN. The Revd Richard Brown, Assistant Curate of Grangetown (York), to be Priest-in-Charge of Marsh Farm (St Albans).

CLAYTON. The Revd Ross Clayton, formerly Team Vicar in the Eckington with Handley and Ridgeway Team Ministry, now Spiritual Director of Derby Anglican Cursillo (Derby).

COLEMAN. The Revd David Coleman, Assistant Curate of Christ Church, South Nutfield (Southwark), to be Rector of West Chiltington (Chichester).

DAVIDSON. The Revd Dawn Davidson, Team Vicar in the Tas Valley Team Ministry (Norwich), to be Team Rector.

FLATT. The Revd Lynn Flatt, Assist­ant Curate in the South Molton Team Ministry (South Molton with with Nymet St George, Chittlehamholt, Chittlehampton with Umberleigh, Filleigh, Kingsnympton, and Warkleigh with Satterleigh) (Exeter), to be Associate Priest.

GREEN. The Revd Stella Green, Chaplain of Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, in the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, to be Lead Chaplain of Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn, in Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (Norwich).

GUINNESS. The Revd Sarah Guinness, Assistant Curate in the Buckhurst Hill Team Ministry (Chelmsford), to be Priest-in-Charge in the Brentford Team Ministry (London).

HOLFORD. The Revd Andrew Holford, Rector of St Mary the Virgin, Baldock with Bygrave, to be also Hon. Canon of St Albans Cathedral (St Albans).

HURST. The Revd Joanna Hurst, Assistant Curate of Holy Trinity, Kendal, to be Chaplain of Eden Valley Hospice (Carlisle).

IDOWU-FEARON. The Most Revd Dr Josiah Idowu-Fearon, Secretary General of the Anglican Communion, Hon. Assistant Bishop, (Lon­don), Six Preacher of Canterbury Cathedral (Canterbury), and Priest Vicar of Westminster Abbey, now also Hon. Assistant Bishop (Southwark).

LEARMONT. The Revd Oliver Learmont, Priest-in-Charge of the Fosse Group (East Bridgford with Kneeton; Flintham; Car Colston with Screveton) (Southwell & Not­ting­ham), to be Vicar of North Bradley, Southwick, Heywood and Steeple Ashton (Salisbury).

McINTOSH. The Revd Nicola McIntosh, Lead Chaplain of Bedford Hospital NHS Trust, to be also Hon. Canon of St Albans Cathedral (St Albans).

MURPHY. The Revd Wendy Murphy, Chaplain of Notts County Ladies’ Football Club, and NSM (Associate Minister) of Carlton-in-the-Willows, to be also Associate Priest for Transition of Carlton-in-the-Willows (Southwell & Notting­ham).

MURRAY. The Revd Elizabeth Murray, Priest-in-Charge of Elston with Elston Chapelry, of East Stoke with Syerston, of Staunton with Flawborough, of Kilvington, of Shelton, and of Sibthorp, to be also Interim Priest-in-Charge of Farndon with Thorpe, Hawton and Cotham (Southwell & Nottingham).

PIERCE. The Revd Daniel Pierce, Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Boreham, of Broomfield, of the Chignals with Mashbury, of Great and Little Leighs with Little Waltham, of Great Waltham with Ford End, of Pleshey, of All Saints’, Springfield, and of North Spring­field, now Pioneer Minister of Beaulieu and Channels, Chelmsford (Chelmsford).

POTTER. The Revd Simon Potter, Assistant Curate of Stoke Bishop, now Associate Vicar, and Minister in the Avonside Mission Area (Bristol).

REID. The Revd Eileen Reid, NS Assist­ant Curate of Westward, Rosley-With-Woodside and Welton, and of Caldbeck, Castle Sowerby and Sebergham (Carlisle) to be Assistant Priest.

RODLEY. The Revd James Rodley, Priest-in-Charge of St Mary Magdalene’s, Harlow, to be Vicar, remaining Priest-in-Charge of North Weald Bassett (Chelmsford).

ROSS. The Revd Oliver Ross, Rector of St Olave Hart Street with All Hallows Staining and St Catherine Coleman, and of the Guild Church of St Katherine Cree, Hon. Priest-in-Charge of St Clement Eastcheap with St Martin Orgar, and of the Guild Church of St Margaret Pattens, and Area Dean of the City (London), to be Vicar of Malmesbury and Upper Avon (Bristol).

SMITH. The Revd Geoffrey Smith, formerly Rector of St John the Baptist with St Gabriel and St Nicholas, Loughton (Chelmsford), now Rector of Laughton with Ripe and Chalvington (Chichester).

TERRY. The Revd Marc Terry, Mission Priest of St Peter’s, Aylesham, with Adisham and Nonington (Canterbury), to be Team Rector in the By Brook Team Ministry (Bristol).

THOMAS. The Revd Paul Thomas, Priest-in-Charge of Erpingham with Calthorpe, Ingworth, Aldborough, Thurgarton and Alby with Thwaite, now also Chaplain of the Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association (Nor­wich).

UPCHURCH. The Revd Sarah Upchurch, NSM of the Ascension, Haywards Heath, now NSM (Assistant Priest) of St Nicholas’s, Worth, Pound Hill and Maidenbower (Chichester).

WINDROSS. The Revd Anthony Windross, Rector of the Week St Mary Circle of Parishes, and Rural Dean of Stratton (Truro), now Priest-in-Charge of Pevensey (Chichester).

WOODSFORD. The Revd Martyn Woodsford, Priest-in-Charge of St Oswald’s, Parkside, Adelaide (Adelaide, South Australia, Australia), to be Team Rector in the Halewood and Hunts Cross Team Ministry (Liverpool).

 

LAY APPOINTMENTS

MAYER. Annemarie Mayer, Asso­ciate Professor of Systematic Theology and the Study of Religion of the Catholic University of Leuven, to be Hon. Canon of Chichester Cathedral (Chichester).

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