Resignations and retirements

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20 March 2020

Horsham archdeacon

THE Ven. Fiona Windsor, the Archdeacon of Horsham, in Chichester diocese, since 2014, is to retire this summer, owing to ill-health.

Archdeacon Windsor was ordained priest in 2001, served her title in Guildford diocese, and served in Ely diocese from 2004 to 2014. She remains a Chaplain to the Queen.

The Revd Julia Peaty, Dean of Self-Supporting Ministry since 2018, and a Canon and Prebendary of Chichester Cathedral since 2010, and the Revd Derek Welsman, Vicar of Easebourne, Lodsworth and Selham, and Rural Dean of Midhurst since 2010, and Chaplain of King Edward VII Hospital Midhurst since 2002, will be Acting Archdeacons of Horsham.

 

CLIFFORD. The Revd Bruce Clifford, Vicar of St George’s, Gloucester, with Whaddon (Gloucester): 31 August.

FAULKNER. The Revd Iain Faulkner, NS Assistant Curate of Stockwell (Southwark): 1 April.

GARBUTT. The Revd Mary Garbutt, Rural Dean of Daventry: 29 June, remaining Team Vicar in the Daventry Team Ministry (Peterborough).

GILLEY. The Revd Dr Margaret Gilley, Rector of Bensham and Teams (Durham): 30 April.

HOLMES. The Revd Peter Holmes, Vicar of Norbiton (Southwark): 1 September.

HOWARTH. The Revd Delphine Howarth, Assistant Curate (Assistant Minister) in the Penkridge Team Ministry (Lichfield): 26 April.

MASSEY. The Revd Peter Massey, Chaplain in Lorgues with Fayence in the Var, France (Europe): 30 July.

MOON. The Revd Dr Nicola Moon, Interim Priest-in-Charge of Stoneleigh with Ashow (Coventry): 13 April.

MYERS. The Revd Gillian Myers, Canon Precentor of Southwark Cathedral (Southwark).

STOREY. The Revd Timothy Storey, Rural Dean of Telford, remaining Team Rector in the Central Telford Team Ministry (Lichfield).

WILLIAMS. The Revd Brian Williams, Vicar of Sneyd and Prebendary of Lichfield Cathedral (Lichfield): 30 April, remaining Hon. Canon of Ho Cathedral, Ghana (Ho, West Africa).

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