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06 July 2018

AGNEW. The Revd Stephen Agnew, Priest-in-Charge of Old Swinford, Stourbridge (Worcester), now Rector.

ASQUITH. The Revd Michael Asquith, Rector of St Margaret’s, Lowestoft, now also Joint Rural Fean of Lothingland (Norwich).

BLADEN. The Revd Catherine Bladen, Assistant Curate of the Sancroft Benefice, and Chaplain of Stradbroke High School, to be Priest-in-Charge of Hepworth with Hinderclay and Thelnetham, Stanton, Barningham, Coney Weston, Hopton and Market Weston (St Edmundsbury & Ipswich).

BREWER. The Revd Susan Brewer, Vicar of Christ Church, Milton Next Gravesend, to be Priest-in-Charge of Borstal (Rochester).

BUCKLE. The Revd Graham Buckle, Priest-in-Charge of Castle Bytham with Creeton, and Assistant Curate (Minister in Charge) of the Witham Group (Lincoln), to be Priest-in-Charge of the Riversmeet Benefice (St Albans).

CAMERON. The Revd Monica Cameron, Assistant Curate of Great Shelford (Ely), to be Vicar of Christ Church, Erith (Rochester).

COATSWORTH. The Revd Deborah Coatsworth, NS Assistant Curate of Baschurch and Weston Lullingfields with Hordley (Lichfield), to be Assistant Curate (Associate Minister).

CROSS. The Revd Kenneth Cross, Rector of Old Cleeve, Leighland and Treborough and Assistant Rural Dean of Exmoor, to be Vicar of Alcombe (Bath & Wells).

FINCH. The Revd Richard Finch, NSM (Associate Vicar) of Shortlands, and Chaplain to Bishop Justus Church of England School, Bromley, and Trinity Church of England Primary School, Bromley (Rochester), to be Priest-in-Charge of Leiston with Sizewell (St Edmundsbury & Ipswich).

FISH. The Revd Michael Fish, Team Vicar in the Swinton and Pendlebury Team Ministry (Manchester), to be Priest-in-Charge of Christ the Redeemer in the Blackfordby and Woodville Benefice (Leicester).

FOX-BRANCH. The Revd David Fox-Branch, Assistant Curate of Glastonbury with Meare (Bath & Wells), to be Assistant Curate of Epsom Common (Guildford).

FRANKUM. The Revd Matthew Frankum, Assistant Rural Dean of Bath, now Rural Dean, remaining Vicar of St Luke’s, Bath (Bath & Wells).

HARVEY. The Revd Jonathan Harvey, Assistant Curate (Pioneer Minister) of Chandlers Ford, to be Associate Minister and Church-Plant Leader of North Stoneham and Bassett (Winchester).

HOLMES. The Revd Dr Stephen Holmes, Assistant Curate (Associate Rector) of St John the Evangelist, Edinburgh (Edinburgh), to be Rector of Padstow, St Merryn and St Issey with St Petroc Minor (Truro) (correction).

MIER. The Revd Catherine Mier, formerly Vicar of Wellesbourne, Rector of Walton D’Eiville, and Area Dean of Fosse, to be Rector of the Arden Marches Benefice (Coventry).

MILLS. The Revd Michael Mills, Team Vicar in the Glascote and Stonydelph Team Ministry, to be Assistant Curate (Resource Minister) in Tamworth deanery (Lichfield).

OLLIVE. The Revd Patricia Ollive, Vicar of St Mary’s, Bridgwater, and Chilton Trinity and Prebendary of Wells Cathedral, now also Assistant Rural Dean of Sedgemoor (Bath & Wells).

PAGE. The Revd Sean Page, formerly in the RC Church, now OLM of Collyhurst (Manchester).

PARR. The Revd David Parr, formerly Assistant Curate of Hemingford Grey (Ely), now Interim house-for-duty Priest of Swainswick and Woolley (Bath & Wells).

PAYNE. The Revd Michael Payne, Assistant Curate of Northfleet and Rosherville and of Perry Street, to be Vicar of St Aidan’s, Gravesend (Rochester).

PENDLEBURY. The Revd Stephen Pendlebury, formerly Vicar of St Paul’s, Chester, and Priest-in-Charge of Huntington (Chester), to be house-for-duty Assistant Priest of Bolsterstone (Sheffield).

POULTNEY. The Revd Andrew Poultney, formerly Assistant Curate of Collier Row and Havering-atte-Bower (Chelmsford), now Interim Pioneer Minister of Wordsworth Avenue, Sheffield, of Parson Cross, Sheffield, and of Norwood, Sheffield (Sheffield).

ROGERS. The Revd Damon Rogers, Vicar of St Andrew’s, Lowestoft, now also Joint Rural Dean of Lothingland (Norwich).

ROULSTON. The Revd Helena Roulston, formerly Assistant Curate of St Chad’s, Over (Chester), now Co-ordinating Chaplain of Sheffield Hallam University (Sheffield).

SHEPHERD. The Revd Clare Shepherd, Assistant Curate of Shottermill, to be Rector of Ewhurst with Okewood and Forest Green (Guildford).

SHOESMITH. The Revd Frances Shoesmith, Team Vicar of St Luke’s, in the Walthamstow Team Ministry (Chelmsford), to be Team Vicar and Hub Leader in the All Saints’, Wigan, Team Ministry (Liverpool) (correction).

SILLIS. The Revd Andrew Sillis, Priest-in-Charge of St Thomas’s, Stourbridge, now Vicar, remaining Rural Dean of Stourbridge (Worcester).

SYKES. The Revd Emma Sykes, NSM (Associate Missioner) of Boldmere, and Leadership Specialist at CPAS, to be also Assistant Diocesan Director of Ordinands (Birmingham).

TILLETT. The Revd Selwyn Tillett, Priest-in-Charge of the Flegg Coastal Benefice, to be Interim Priest-in-Charge of St Mary Magdalene’s, Norwich (Norwich).

WILSON. The Revd Catherine Wilson, Assistant Curate of Biddenden and Smarden, to be Vicar of Bromham with Oakley and Stagsden (St Albans).

WILSON. The Revd Richard Wilson, Team Rector in the Marlbrook Team Ministry, and Rural Dean of Bath (Bath & Wells), to be Vicar of St Mary Magdalene’s, Reigate (Southwark).



WALFORD. The Revd Marc-Ashton Walford, Assistant Curate of Llanstadwel and Burton and Rosemarket (St Davids), to be Assistant Curate of Llantwit Major (Llandaff).



ELLISTON. Paul Elliston, Regional Manager of World Vision UK, to be Pioneer for Bathpool in the South Quantock Benefice (Bath & Wells).



(admitted and licensed)

Diocese of Guildford

By the Bishop in his Cathedral on 23 June: Clare Bevan, Graham Day, Wendy Edwards, Graham Everness, Rachel Johnson, Norman Patterson, Hilary Swift.

Diocese of Bangor

By the Bishop in his Cathedral, on 30 June: Ian Hampson, Glenys Samson.

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