ANDRÉASSON. The Revd Kristina Andréasson, Assistant Curate (Assistant Priest) of the Swedish Church in London, now Assistant Curate of St John’s Wood (London).
BASTON. The Ven. Caroline Baston, Warden of the Community of St Mary the Virgin, to be also Priest-in-Charge of Fawley (Winchester).
BEGLEY. The Revd Peter Begley, Priest-in-Charge of Southminster and Steeple, to be also Area Dean of Maldon and Dengie (Chelmsford).
BRANSCOMBE. The Revd Dr Michael Branscombe, formerly Priest-in-Charge of Cobham and Stoke d’Abernon, now Vicar of Cobham (Guildford).
CLUTTERBUCK. The Revd Marion Clutterbuck, formerly Team Vicar in the Clarendon Team Ministry (Salisbury), now Priest-in-Charge of the Six Pilgrims Benefice (Bath & Wells).
COX. The Revd Dr Simon Cox, Rector of Bispham, Area Dean of Blackpool, and Hon. Canon of Blackburn Cathedral, to be also Priest-in-Charge of Copp with Inskip (Blackburn).
CRESSWELL. The Revd Richard Cresswell, Priest-in-Charge of Shawbury, of Stanton on Hine Heath, and of Moreton Corbet, now Vicar of Shawbury and of Stanton on Hine Heath, and Rector of Moreton Corbet (Lichfield).
DOMINIAK. The Revd Paul Dominiak, Dean of Jesus College, Cambridge, and Assistant Diocesan Director of Ordinands (Ely), to be Vice-Principal of Westcott House, Cambridge.
DUNLOP. The Revd Neil Dunlop, Rector of Alveley and Quatt (Hereford), to be Chaplain of Leicester University (Leicester).
FAULKNER. The Revd Anne Faulkner, formerly Hon. Assistant Curate of North Swindon (Bristol), to be Hon. Assistant Curate (Assistant Priest) of Fawley (Winchester).
GBONDA. The Revd Egerton Gbonda, house-for-duty Assistant Curate (Assistant Priest) of St Katharine with St Bartholomew, Bermondsey (Southwark), to be also Chaplain of HM Prison High Down (Guildford).
HEANEY. The Revd Timothy Heaney, Associate Chaplain of Holy Trinity, Dubai, and in Sharjah with Northern Emirates (Cyprus & the Gulf, Jerusalem and the Middle East), to be Rector of Shere, Albury and Chilworth (Guildford).
HILLIARD. The Revd Godfrey Hilliard, formerly Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of Cobham and Stoke d’Abernon, with special responsibility for Stoke d’Abernon, now Rector of Stoke d’Abernon (Guildford).
HOPKIN. The Revd David Hopkin, Team Rector in the Penistone and Thurlstone Team Ministry, to be also Area Dean of Tankersley (Sheffield).
HOUGHTON. The Revd Dr Josephine Houghton, Interim Chaplain to the Bishop of Birmingham, to be Canon Precentor of Birmingham Cathedral (Birmingham).
HUNTER. The Revd Paul Hunter, Crosslinks Mission Partner, to be Assistant Curate of Copp with Inskip (Blackburn).
INGRAMS. The Revd Peter Ingrams, Diocesan Local Ministries and Growth Adviser, to be also Non-Residentiary Canon of Canterbury Cathedral (Canterbury).
JOHNSEN. The Revd Edward Johnsen, Team Vicar in the Eden, Gelt and Irthing Team Ministry, now also Rural Dean of Brampton (Carlisle).
LATIMER. The Revd Andrew Latimer, Assistant Curate of Limehouse (London), now Leader of Grace Church, Greenwich (Bishop’s Mission Order) (Southwark).
LEES. The Revd John Lees, Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Colyton, Musbury, Southleigh and Branscombe, and Bishop’s Officer for Self-Supporting Ministry, to be also Prebendary of Exeter Cathedral (Exeter).
LUNN. The Revd Rosemary Lunn, formerly Vicar of the Alham Vale Benefice, now Palace Pastor (Bishop’s Mission Order) (Bath & Wells).
MARTIN. The Revd Andrew Martin, Assistant Curate of St Stephen and St Wulstan, Selly Park (Birmingham), now Associate Minister.
MARTIN. The Revd Angela Martin, Vicar of Forest Row, now also Area Dean of East Grinstead (Chichester).
MOOR. The Revd Simon Moor, Vicar of St Peter’s, Huddersfield, Area Dean of Huddersfield, and Interim Joint Area Dean of Kirkburton, to be Rector of Bedale and Leeming and Thornton Watlass, remaining Hon. Canon of Wakefield Cathedral (Leeds).
PETERS. The Revd Yejide Peters, Rector of All Saints’, Briarcliff Manor, New York, and Dean of Clericus (New York, ECUSA), to be Vicar of St Chad with St Mary and St Alkmund, Shrewsbury (Lichfield).
PETTY. The Revd Stuart Petty, Assistant Chaplain in the Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust (Lichfield), to be Chaplain.
PHILLIPS. The Revd Leena Phillips, NS Assistant Curate of Shirley (Winchester), now Associate Priest.
PLANT. The Revd Katharine Plant, Assistant Curate of Holbeach (Lincoln), to be Priest-in-Charge of Breadsall and of Morley and Smalley (Derby).
RICHARDSON. The Revd Jacqueline Richardson, Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of Weston, to be Vicar of Hersham (Guildford).
SACH. The Revd Dr Andrew Sach, Assistant Curate of St Helen’s, Bishopsgate, with St Andrew Undershaft and St Ethelburga’s, Bishopsgate, and St Martin Outwich and St Mary Axe, London (London), now Leader of Grace Church, Greenwich (Bishop’s Mission Order) (Southwark).
SHAW. The Revd Craig Shaw, formerly Assistant Curate in the Penkridge Team Ministry, to be Priest-in-Charge of Essington and of Shareshill (Lichfield).
STIMPSON. The Revd Leslie Stimpson, Assistant Chaplain of St Philip and St James, Palma de Mallorca, Spain, to be Chaplain of St Andrew’s, Costa Del Sol East (Europe).
TAYLOR. The Revd Jacqueline Taylor, Rector of Kingsbridge, Dodbrooke and West Alvington, and Rural Dean of Woodleigh, to be also Prebendary of Exeter Cathedral (Exeter).
TREGENZA. The Revd Matthew Tregenza, Rector of Bishop’s Lydeard with Lydeard St Lawrence, Bagborough, Combe Florey and Cothelstone, and Rural Dean of Tone, to be Rector of the Crediton Mission Community (Bath & Wells).
MACRITCHIE. The Revd Dr Iain Macritchie, Programme Director for Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care of NHS Education for Scotland, and Diocesan Director of Ordinands (Moray, Ross & Caithness), to be also Hon. Canon of St Andrew’s Cathedral, Inverness (Moray, Ross & Caithness).
BATEMAN. Alastair Bateman, Chief Operating Officer of the Resurgo Trust, to be Chief Executive Officer of the Church Mission Society.
EMSLIE. Neville Emslie, Diocesan Director of Mission and Ministry, to be also Hon. Lay Canon of Canterbury Cathedral (Canterbury).
ROPER. Quentin Roper, Diocesan Director of Education, to be also Hon. Lay Canon of Canterbury Cathedral (Canterbury).