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26 July 2019

ATLING. The Revd Brian Atling, Priest-in-Charge of Fen Drayton with Fenstanton, and Rural Dean of Huntingdon, now Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of Hemingford Abbots and of Hemingford Grey, remaining Hon. Canon of Ely Cathedral (Ely).

BIENFAIT. The Revd Alexander Bienfait, Priest-in-Charge of Biddenden and Smarden, now also Area Dean of Romney and Tenterden (Canterbury).

BUNCE. The Revd Christopher Bunce, Rector of St Andrew’s and St George’s, Stevenage, and Rural Dean of Stevenage, to be Team Rector in the Hitchin and St Paul’s Walden Team Ministry, with special responsibility for St Mary’s, Hitchin (St Albans).

CHO. The Revd Dr Paul Cho, formerly Professor of St Andrew’s Theological Seminary, Philippines (Episcopal Church in the Philippines), to be Interim house-for-duty Priest-in-Charge of West Heath (Birmingham).

DAVIS. The Revd Thomas Davis, Priest-in-Charge of St Matthew the Apostle, Douglas, (Sodor & Man), to be Vicar of Hollinwood and Limeside (Manchester).

DOMMETT. The Revd Simon Dommett, Priest-in-Charge of Goldington (St Albans), to be Vicar.

FIELDING. The Revd Stephen Fielding, Assistant Curate (Associate Vicar) of St Mary Abbots, Kensington (London), to be Team Vicar in the Hitchin and St Paul’s Walden Team Ministry, with special responsibility for St Paul’s Walden with Preston (St Albans).

GOODWIN-HUDSON. The Revd James Goodwin-Hudson, formerly Assistant Curate of St Andrew’s, Leyland (Blackburn), now Chaplain of St Lawrence’s College, Ramsgate (Canterbury).

GOUGH. The Revd David Gough, Priest-in-Charge of St Anne’s, Worksop, and of Norton Cuckney, now also Area Dean of Bassetlaw and Bawtry (Southwell & Nottingham).

GURNEY. The Revd Nicholas Gurney, Vicar of Boulton, to be Priest-in-Charge of Dinting Vale, and Pioneer Missioner of the Glossopdale Mission Community (Derby).

HODGKINS. The Revd Christopher Hodgkins, Assistant Curate (Associate Team Priest) in the Tenterden, Rother and Oxney Team Ministry, now also Assistant Area Dean of Romney and Tenterden (Canterbury).

INESON. The Rt Revd Dr Emma Ineson, Bishop of Penrith (Carlisle), now also Central Chaplain of the Mothers’ Union.

JOHNSTON. The Revd James Johnston, Assistant Curate of St Mary Le Strand with St Clement Danes, and of St Matthew’s, Westminster (London), to be Chaplain of All Saints’, Marseille, with Aix-en-Provence, France (Europe).

LANE. The Revd Amanda Lane, NS Assistant Curate of The Six (Canterbury), now Associate Priest.

MANN. The Revd Susan Mann, Priest-in-Charge of Orsett and Bulphan and Horndon on the Hill (Chelmsford), to be Vicar.

NORRIS. The Revd Daniel Norris, NSM of Great Stanmore, now NS Assistant Curate of St James’s, Piccadilly, Westminster (London).

PENFOLD. The Revd Julian Penfold, NS Assistant Curate of Alfreton and of Riddings and Ironville, now NS Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Alfreton, of Riddings and Ironville, and of Somercotes (Derby).

PEPPER. The Revd Nicola Pepper, NS Assistant Curate of New Mills, now NS Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Glossop.

ROBINSON. The Revd Kevan Robinson, Priest-in-Charge of East Dean, Singleton and West Dean, and Chaplain of Chichester College, now Priest-in-Charge of St Stephen’s, Bexhill (Chichester) (correction).

YOUNG. The Revd Simon Young, Assistant Curate of St Mary of Charity, Faversham, including Ospringe, Preston-next-Faversham, and the Brents and Davington, now Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Milton Regis with Murston, Bapchild and Tonge, and Chaplain for Mission of Bapchild and Tonge C of E Primary School (Canterbury).



(Admitted and licensed)

Diocese of Portsmouth (by the Bishop in his cathedral, on 13 July):

Rosemary Greenlees, Clare King, James Mant, Nicola Rackett, Fi Rosen, Teresa-Lucia Sutton-Becker, Penny Tapp.

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