12 April 2019

New canon pastor

THE Ven. Michael Everitt, Archdeacon of Lancaster, in Blackburn diocese, since 2011, is to be Canon Pastor of Durham Cathedral. He was ordained priest in 1993, and has served all his ministry in Blackburn diocese, with a three-year secondment to its link diocese, the Free State, in South Africa, from 1995 to 1998. In addition to parish posts, he has been an area dean and Assistant Diocesan Director of Ordinands. While Archdeacon of Lancaster, he has chaired the diocesan board of education and the diocese’s multi-academy trust, Cidari.


Leaving archdeaconry

THE Ven. Morris Rodham, Archdeacon of Warwick (known as Archdeacon Missioner) in Coventry diocese, since 2010, is to be house-for-duty Priest-in-Charge of Patterdale, in the diocese of Carlisle. Archdeacon Rodham was ordained priest in 1994 and has served all his ministry in Coventry diocese.


Farmer archdeacon

THE next Archdeacon of Cardigan, in St Davids diocese, is to be Canon Eileen Davies, Diocesan Adviser on Rural Matters since 2005, Priest-in-Charge of Llanerch Aeron with Ciliau Aeron and Dihewyd and Mydroilyn since 2008, and Canon of St Davids Cathedral since 2014. She is also a working farmer and, in 2015, helped to establish the charity Tir Dewi, which supports farming families in financial or emotional difficulties.


ANDREWS. The Revd Dr Paul Andrews, Priest-in-Charge of St Neots, and of Eynesbury, to be Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) in the Ely Team Ministry, with responsibility for the Proprietary Chapel of St-Peter-in-Ely, remaining Assistant Diocesan Director of Ordinands, and Hon. Canon of Ely Cathedral (Ely).

BARRETT. The Revd Victoria Barrett, Assistant Curate of Bunbury and Tilstone Fearnall, to be Vicar of Thornton Hough (Chester).

BOLSTER. The Revd Christopher Bolster, of Clifton (Manchester), to be Vicar of St Patrick’s, Barking (Chelmsford).

BRIGGS. The Revd Luke Briggs, Assistant Curate (Associate Rector) in the St George’s Team Ministry, Leeds (Leeds), to be Chaplain of Leicester University (Leicester).

BROWN. The Revd Stephen Brown, Hon. Assistant Curate of St Mary the Virgin, Hayes, to be Priest-in-Charge of St Alphege’s, Edmonton, and of Ponders End (London).

DONOGHUE. The Revd William Donoghue, Assistant Curate of Willowfield (Down & Dromore), to be Vicar of St Catherine and St Paul, Leyton (Chelmsford).

ETHERINGTON. The Revd Elizabeth Etherington, formerly Vicar of St Paul and the Good Shepherd, Hounslow (London), to be Rector of St Peter’s, Farnborough (Guildford).

FORBES STONE. The Revd Elizabeth Forbes Stone, Minister-in-Charge of St Catherine’s, Stoke Aldermoor, in the Coventry Caludon Team Ministry, now also Area Dean of Coventry East (Coventry).

FORD. The Revd Dr Christopher Ford, Vicar of Davyhulme, and Borough Dean of Trafford, to be also Area Dean of Stretford (Manchester).

GILLION. The Rt Revd Robert Gillion, formerly Bishop of Riverina, (New South Wales, Australia), now Hon. Assistant Bishop, and Interim Priest-in-Charge of St John the Baptist, Spalding (Lincoln).

GRIFFITHS. The Revd Rachael Griffiths, Assistant Curate of Wybunbury and Audlem with Doddington, to be Vicar of All Saints’, Weston (Chester).

HAYTON. The Revd Mark Hayton, Vicar of Fleet, to be also Area Dean of Aldershot (Guildford).

HOLY. The Revd Ravi Holy, Vicar of Wye, now also Area Dean of West Bridge (Canterbury).

HOYTE. The Revd David Hoyte, Assistant Curate of All Saints’, Forest Gate, to be Vicar of St Philip, St James and St Mary, Plaistow (Chelmsford).

JOHNSON. The Revd Bruce Johnson, NS Assistant Curate of Heanor, of Langley Mill and Aldercar, and of Marlpool, to be Assistant Curate of Christ Church, Belper with Turnditch (Derby).

JOHNSON. The Revd David Johnson, Assistant Curate of Monk Fryston and South Milford, to be 20s-40s Minister of Northallerton with Kirby Sigston (York).

KNIGHT. The Revd Dr Peter Knight, Rector of St George’s, Tunis, Tunisia (Egypt), to be Priest-in-Charge of the Trigg Major Deanery Conventional District (Truro) (correction).

MOON. The Revd Dr Nicola Moon, Assistant Curate of Stoneleigh with Ashow (Coventry), to be Interim Priest-in-Charge.

MOUNTFORD. The Revd Ian Mountford, Assistant Curate of St Alkmund and St Werburgh, Derby (Derby), to be Vicar.

NAY. The Revd Imogen Nay, Rector of St Andrew’s, Rugby (Coventry), to be Canon for Evangelism and Discipleship of Chelmsford Cathedral (Chelmsford).

PAGE. The Revd Dr David Page, Vicar of Elworth, to be also Hon. Canon of Chester Cathedral (Chester).

PAVEY. The Revd Mark Pavey, Assistant Curate of St Paul’s, Maidstone, now Team Vicar in the North Downs Team Ministry (Canterbury).

PITTMAN. The Revd Dr Louisa Pittman, Assistant Curate of Wymondham, now Assistant Curate of Barnham Broom and Upper Yare (Norwich).

PORTER. The Revd Malcolm Porter, NSM (Associate Priest) of Woodford Wells, to be also Vicar of Hale End, Highams Park (Chelmsford).

REID. The Revd Andrew Reid, Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of Christ Church, Woking, to be Vicar of New Haw (Guildford).

ROBINSON. The Revd Sally Robinson, Assistant Curate of High Crompton and Thornham, to be Assistant Curate of Hey (Manchester).

SCARISBRICK. The Revd Helen Scarisbrick, Priest-in-Charge of Gee Cross, to be also Hon. Canon of Chester Cathedral (Chester).

SPEAKE. The Revd Emma Speake, Vicar of Grange, now also Chaplain of St Chad’s Catholic and C of E High School, Runcorn (Chester).

STANTON. The Revd Karen Stanton, Rector of Kinver and Enville (Lichfield), to be Vicar of Hale and Ashley (Chester).

WATTS. The Revd Clive Watts, Assistant Curate of Wigston, to be Priest-in-Charge of Barrow upon Soar with Walton le Wolds, and of Wymeswold and Prestwold with Hoton (Leicester).

WILLIAMS. The Revd Karl Williams, Assistant Curate of Great Meols, to be Vicar of St Mark’s, Dukinfield (Chester).

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