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Resignations and retirements

23 November 2018

AGNEW. The Revd Stephen Agnew, Rector of Old Stourbridge, Swinford (Worcester).

BALL. The Revd Andrew Ball, Chaplain of the Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust (Birmingham): 30 November.

EDMONDSON. The Very Revd Dr John Edmondson, Vicar and Dean of Battle (Chichester): 30 November.

EVANS. The Revd Freda Evans, Vicar of St Barnabas’s, Erdington, and Hon. Canon of Birmingham Cathedral (Birmingham): 31 January, becoming Canon Emeritus.

FALUDY. The Revd Alexander Faludy, Vicar of St John’s, Wallsend (Newcastle): 30 November.

FISHER. The Revd Dr Nicholas Fisher, Rector of Sherborne, Windrush, the Barringtons and Aldsworth (Gloucester): 2 September 2019.

HEWITT. The Revd Garth Hewitt, Hon. Assistant Curate (Assistant Priest) of St Clement Eastcheap with St Martin Organ, London (London), remaining Director of the Amos Trust, and Hon. Canon of St George’s Cathedral, Jerusalem (Jerusalem; Jerusalem and the Middle East).

JACKSON. The Revd Rachel Jackson: OLM of Barnham Broom and Upper Yare (Norwich).

JEFFERY. The Revd Graham Jeffery, NS Assistant Curate of Poynings with Edburton, Newtimber and Pyecombe (Chichester): 28 November.

MITCHELL. The Revd Alec Mitchell, Priest-in-Charge of St Anne’s, Haughton, and Assistant Curate of St Lawrence’s, Denton, of Christ Church and St George, Denton, and of St Stephen’s, Audenshaw (Manchester): 30 November.

PARSONS. The Revd Stephen Parsons, Team Rector in the Turton Moorland Team Ministry (Manchester): 16 January 2019.

QUIST. The Revd Frances Quist: Priest-in-Charge of Matson (Gloucester): 31 December.

WEDGE. The Revd Christopher Wedge, Rector of St Mary’s, Prestwich (Manchester): 12 January 2019.

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