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27 July 2018

Diocese of Chester

Chester deacons

Chester deacons


By the Bishop of Chester in Chester Cathedral on 22 July:
Kirsty Allan (Wilmslow); Angela Askwith (Frodsham, NSM); Richard Avery (St Hilary’s, Wallasey, NSM); Alison Boulton (Middlewich with Byley, NSM); Joshua Carlson (Heswall); Catherine Cleghorn (St Andrew with John the Baptist, Crewe; All Saints and St Paul with St Peter, Crewe); Tina Dixon (Oxton, NSM); William Drain (Romiley); Stephanie Lester (St Mary’s, Upton); Simon Gowler (St Cross’s, Knutsford, NSM); Alistair Metcalfe (Bebington); Helen Molesworth (Malpas and Threapwood and Bickerton); Anne-Marie Naylor (Marton, Siddington with Capesthorne, and Eaton with Hulme Walfield and Swettenham); Paul Pritchard (Barnton); Aled Seago (Poynton); Joseph Smith (St Chad’s, Over); Peter Selby (St Andrew’s, Cheadle Hulme, MSE); Alisa Whorton (St Michael and All Angels, Newton).



By the Bishop of Maidstone in St Giles, Normanston-by-Derby, on 10 July:
Stephen Boswell (Normanton).



By the Bishop of Southwark in St John the Evangelist, Redhill, on 7 July:
Mark Anderson, Dr Stephen Srikantha.

By the Bishop of Kingston in All Saints’, Kingston, on 7 July:
Robert Faulkner, Yunghee Koh, Nicholas Smith, Nicholas Wooldridge.

By the Bishop of Woolwich in St Mary the Virgin, Lewisham, on 7 July:
David Adamson, John Carruthers, Daphne Clifton, Lindiwe Maseko, Dr Steffan Mathias, Heather Peters, Sarah Simpson, Andrew Woodward-Russell.

By the Bishop of Southwark in Holy Trinity, Wandsworth, on 14 July:
Andrew Fenton.

By the Bishop of Fulham in St Michael and All Angels with St James, Croydon, on 14 July:
Philip Kennedy.



By the Bishop of Cashel & Ossory, in St Iberius’s, Wexford, on 3 July:
Conor O’Reilly (Wexford and Kilscoran Union).

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