Appointments

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31 August 2018

ADDENBROOKE. The Revd Keith Addenbrooke, Vicar of Hale and Ashley, to be Vicar of St James with St Bede, Birkenhead (Chester).

ARCHER. The Revd Nicholas Archer, Assistant Curate of St Mary’s, Eastbourne, to be Assistant Curate of St Leonards (Chichester).

CARPENTER. The Revd Dr Thomas Carpenter, Assistant Curate of St John the Evangelist and St Mary Magdalene, Goldthorpe, with Hickleton, to be Assistant Curate of St Catherine of Siena, Richmond Road, Sheffield (Sheffield).

CARROLL. The Revd Dr Ruth Carroll, Assistant Curate of the Alford Group: Alford with Rigsby, Bilsby with Farlesthorpe, Hannah cum Hagnaby with Markby, Well, Saleby with Beesby and Maltby, and Willoughby (Lincoln), to be Vicar of Holy Trinity Stevenage, and Christ the King, Symonds Green (St Albans).

CLAPHAM. The Revd Stephen Clapham, Priest-in-Charge of Church Lawton, and Diocesan Ecumenical Officer, to be also Rural Dean of Congleton (Chester).

COLEMAN. The Revd Julie Coleman, Priest-in-Charge of the Romney Marsh Benefice (Canterbury), to be Vicar of Palmers Green (London).

COLLIER. The Revd Dr Stefan Collier, Rector of Esher (Guildford), to be Rector of St James’s, Christleton (Chester).

COOMBS. The Revd Richard Coombs, Vicar of Burford with Fulbrook, Taynton, Asthall, Swinbrook and Widford (Oxford), to be of Rector of St Luke and St Mary with St Matthew, Cheltenham (Gloucester).

COOPER. The Revd Barrie Cooper, formerly Chaplain of Durham School, now Hon. Assistant Curate of Lesbury with Alnmouth and of Longhoughton with Howick (Newcastle).

COX. The Revd Alison Cox, Priest-in-Charge of St Mark, Dukinfield, and Rural Dean of Mottram, to be Vicar of St Anne’s, Sale, remaining Hon. Canon of Chester Cathedral (Chester).

DAWKINS. The Revd Staffan Dawkins, Assistant Curate in the Whittlesey, Pondersbridge and Coates (Ely), to be Vicar of St Paul’s, Tottenham (London).

DUFF. The Revd Emma Duff, Assistant Curate in the Willington Team Ministry, to be Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of St John’s, Wallsend (Newcastle).

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ELVIDGE. The Revd Joanna Elvidge, Priest-in-Charge of Hythe (Winchester), to be Vicar.

ENGLAND. The Revd Elizabeth England, Assistant Curate of Codsall (Lichfield), to be Team Rector-in-Charge in the Buxton with Burbage and King Stendale Team Ministry (Derby).

FISHER. The Revd Alexandria Fisher, NS Assistant Curate of Wilmslow, to be Assistant Curate (Curate-in-Charge) of Brereton (Chester).

FRASER. The Revd Jeremy Fraser, Vicar of St Paul and St James, Stratford, to be Mission and Development Adviser for the Barking Episcopal Area, remaining Priest-in-Charge of All Saints’, Forest Gate, Area Dean of Newham, and Hon. Canon of Chelmsford Cathedral (Chelmsford).

GILL. The Revd Daud Gill, Assistant Curate of Levenshulme, to be Vicar of Broadheath (Chester).

GOODRICH. The Revd Michelle Goodrich, Assistant Curate of Prestbury, to be Priest-in-Charge of St Mary Magdalene with St Patrick, Alsager (Chester).

HELD. The Revd Samuel Held, Chaplain of Tauranga Hospital (Waiapu; Aoteoroa, New Zealand and Polynesia), to be Rector of the Upper Eden Benefice (Carlisle).

HODSON. The Revd Trevor Hodson, NS Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of Christ Church, Latchford (Chester), to be Team Vicar in the Lowton and Golborne Team Ministry (Liverpool).

JONES. The Revd Stephen Jones, formerly Rector of Ightham, and Rural Dean of Shoreham (Rochester), now Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Beercrocombe with Curry Mallet, Hatch Beauchamp, Orchard Portman, Staple Fitzpaine, Stoke St Mary with Thurlbear and West Hatch (Bath & Wells).

LATHAM. The Revd Dr Roger Latham, Director of Cumbria Christian Learning (Carlisle), now Director of Cuddesdon Gloucester and Hereford, Ripon College, Cuddesdon.

LING. The Revd Tim Ling, formerly Vicar of St Swithun’s, Bathford, to be Assistant Curate (Assistant Minister) of St Bartholomew’s, Bath (Bath & Wells).

MARSHALL. The Revd Derek Marshall, NS Associate Minister of St Catherine’s, Tranmere, and Chaplain of the YMCA Birkenhead, to be Priest-in-Charge of Leasowe (Chester).

MAURITZ. The Revd Willem Mauritz, Assistant Curate of St James’s, Tunbridge Wells (Rochester), now Vicar of Copthorne (Chichester).

McAULEY. The Revd Mark McAuley, Vicar of New Southgate (London), to be Vicar of St Saviour and St Peter, Eastbourne (Chichester).

MURRAY. The Revd Roy Murray, NS Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) in the Solihull Team Ministry (Birmingham), to be house-for-duty Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Upminster (Chelmsford).

PICKLES. The Revd Mark Pickles, Priest-in-Charge of Moulton (Chester) and Director of Anglican Training at Oak Hill Theological College, now Director of the North West Partnership.

POWIS. The Revd Michael Powis, Priest-in-Charge of All Saints’, Pokesdown (Winchester), now Vicar.

RABLEN. The Revd Christine Rablen, Vicar of St Mary with St Edward and St Luke, Leyton, Area Dean of Waltham Forest, and Hon. Canon of Chelmsford Cathed­ral (Chelmsford), to be Priest-in-Charge of Offerton (Chester).

SCARISBRICK. The Revd Helen Scarisbrick, Priest-in-Charge of Gee Cross, to be also Rural Dean of Mottram (Chester).

SNYDER. The Revd Dr Susanna Snyder, Tutor in Theology at the University of Roehampton, and Assistant Director of Catherine of Siena College, University of Roehampton, now Director of Non-Residential Training and Lecturer in Theology at Ripon College, Cuddesdon.

SPEAKE. The Revd Emma Speake, Assistant Curate of St Bridget’s, West Kirby, to be Vicar of Grange (Chester).

STOBER. The Revd Jacqueline Stober Priest-in-Charge of All Saints’, Mackworth, of Kirk Langley, and of Mugginton and Kedleston, and Area Dean of Duffield and Langford, now also Diocesan Representative for Minority-Ethnic Anglican Concerns (Derby).

SWINNEY. The Revd Shawn Swinney, Assistant Curate (Senior Associate Minister) of Christ Church, Surbiton Hill (Southwark), to be Vicar of Combe Down with Monkton Combe and South Stoke (Bath & Wells).

SWORD. The Revd Bernard Sword, Retired Clergy and Widows’ and Widowers’ Officer in the Macclesfield Archdeaconry, now also Assistant Curate (Minister-in-Charge) of Sandbach Heath and with Wheelock (Chester).

THOMAS. The Revd Nigel Thomas, Chaplain of HM Prison Portland and of HM Prison The Verne, to be Team Vicar in the Yatton Moor Team Ministry (Bath & Wells).

WADSWORTH. The Revd Andrew Wadsworth, Priest Missioner in charge of Grace Church, Highlands (London), to be Rector of Trull with Angersleigh (Bath & Wells).

WALKER. The Revd Martin Walker, Chaplain and Head of Religious Studies of Wellingborough School (Peterborough), to be Rector of Wiveliscombe and the Hills (Bath & Wells).

WARD. The Revd Alan Ward, Rector of St Hilary’s Wallasey, now also Rural Dean of Wallasey (Chester).

WESTON. The Revd Phillip Weston, Vicar of Gidea Park (Chelmsford), to be Tutor in Theology of St Mellitus College, North West (Chester).

WESTON. The Revd Phillip Weston, Vicar of Gidea Park (Chelmsford), to be Vicar of Ashton Hayes (Chester).

WILKIE. The Revd Donna Wilkie, Assistant Curate of Christ­­­­­church, Clevedon (Bath & Wells), to be Assistant Curate of St Matthew and St Nathanael with St Katharine, Bristol (Bristol).

WILLIAMS. The Revd Dr Harri Williams, Vicar of Milford Haven (St Davids), to be Vicar of Walsingham, Houghton and Barsham (Norwich).

WITHINGTON. The Revd Paul Withington, Team Vicar in the Congleton Team Ministry, to be Vicar of Weaverham (Chester).

WRIGHT. The Revd Jane Wright, NSM of Monks Eleigh with Chelsworth and Brent Eleigh with Milden and Kettlebaston (St Edmundsbury & Ipswich), to be Rector of Westcote Barton with Steeple Barton, Duns Tew and Sandford St Martin and Over with Nether Worton (Oxford).

LAY APPOINTMENT

TAN. Dr Tobias Tan, Research Associate in Science and Theology at the University of Cambridge, now Lecturer in Theology at Ripon College, Cuddesdon.

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