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Resignations and retirements

13 December 2019

CARR. The Revd Alan Carr, Rector of St Giles-in-the-Fields (London): 26 December.

COOK. The Revd Sister Anita Cook CSC, Hon. Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of East Clevedon with Clapton in Gordano, Walton Clevedon, Walton in Gordano and Weston in Gordano (Bath & Wells): 21 December.

COOPER. The Revd Judith Cooper, Vicar of Westleigh (Manchester).

COWLING-GREEN. The Revd Felicity Cowling-Green, Assistant Curate of St Thomas’s, Ashton-in-Makerfield (Liverpool).

COWLING-GREEN. The Revd Samuel Cowling-Green, Assistant Curate of St Thomas’s, Ashton-in-Makerfield (Liverpool).

DRAKE. The Revd Leslie Drake, house-for-duty Vicar of South Benfleet (Chelmsford): 5 January 2020.

FEAK. The Revd Christopher Feak, Priest-in-Charge in the Aber-Morfa Mission Area (St Asaph).

FOX. The Revd Jonathan Fox, Rector of the Revel Group (Coventry): 31 December.

GARRATT. The Revd Alan Garratt, Team Rector in the Thame Team Ministry (Oxford).

HART. The Revd Mildred Hart, NS Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of the Len Valley Benefice (Canterbury).

HAY. The Revd Nicholas Hay, Area Dean of Bristol South: 31 December, remaining Priest-in-Charge of St Aldhelm and St Paul, Bedminster, and Hon. Canon of Bristol Cathedral (Bristol).

HUNTER JONES. The Revd Karen Hunter Jones, Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of St Stithians with Perranarworthal and Gwennap; of Chacewater with St Day and Carharrack; of Feock; and of Devoran (Truro).

HUTCHINSON. The Revd Alison Hutchinson, NS Assistant Curate in the Whortlon Group, and Assistant Chaplain of HM Prison and Young Offenders’ Institution Kirklevington Grange (York): 25 January 2020.

JONES. The Revd Bryn Jones, Priest-in-Charge of the Borderlands Mission Area (St Asaph).

LIYANAGE. The Revd Sylvester Liyanage, Team Vicar in the Great Chesham Team Ministry (Oxford).

LOGAN. The Revd Elizabeth Logan, NS Assistant Curate of Crawley Down (Chichester).

MANSLEY. The Revd Colin Mansley, Mission Area Leader in the Denbigh Mission Area (St Asaph).

MOORE. The Revd Geoffrey Moore, NS Assistant Curate (Assistant Priest) of Aston-le-Walls (Peterborough): 31 January 2020.

MORRIS. The Revd Hermione Morris, Mission Area Leader in the Vyrnwy Mission Area (St Asaph): 31 January 2020, remaining Priest-in-Charge.

MWAMBA. The Rt Revd Trevor Mwamba, Team Rector in the St Margaret’s Team Ministry, Barking: 31 December, remaining Hon. Assistant Bishop (Chelmsford).

NORMAN. The Revd Lynette Norman, Mission Area Leader in the Tanat Valley Mission Area (St Asaph).

READ. The Revd James Read, Vicar of Heyside and Royton (Manchester).

SIMMONS. The Revd Peter Simmons, Vicar of Penn Street (Oxford).

SMITH. The Revd Deborah Smith, Priest-in-Charge of Tillington, of Duncton, and of Upwaltham, remaining Chaplain of St Wilfrid’s Hospice, Eastbourne (Chichester).

TATE. The Revd Pauline Tate, Assistant Curate (Assistant Priest) of Irthlingborough, Great and Little Addington and Woodford (Peterborough).

TATHAM. The Revd Dr Andrew Tatham, Hon. Assistant Curate (Associate Vicar) of the Quantock Coast Benefice (Bath & Wells).

TRASK. The Revd Marion Trask, Priest-in-Charge of Cowden, and Chaplain of Queen Victoria Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, East Grinstead (Chichester).

WALTON. The Revd Michael Walton, Rector of Chadwell (Chelmsford): 8 January 2020.

WATTS. The Revd Roger Watts, house-for-duty Assistant Curate in the Aled Mission Area (St Asaph).

YATES. The Revd Esther Yates, NS Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) in the Pool Mission Area (St Asaph).


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