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Resignations and retirements

03 April 2020

ANDREW. The Revd Christopher Andrew, Assistant Curate (Interim Priest) of Morton and Stonebroom with Shirland (Derby).

GOODCHILD. The Revd Penelope Goodchild, OLM of Pinxton and of Blackwell with Tibshelf (Derby).

GORDON. The Revd Avis Gordon, NS Assistant Curate of Clifton, and As­­sociate Diocesan Director of Ordinands (Manchester).

MANNING. The Revd Adrian Manning, Vicar of Ivinghoe with Pit­stone, Slapton and Marsworth (Oxford).

SLUSAR. The Revd Priscilla Slusar, Rector of the Bernwode Benefice (Oxford).

ST JOHN NICOLLE. The Revd Jason St John Nicolle, Area Dean of Wantage, remaining Rector of the Churn Benefice, and Area Dean of the Vale of White Horse (Oxford).

THAKE. The Revd Helen Thake, Chap­­lain of HM Prison Sudbury (Derby).

WINROW. The Revd Terence Winrow, Associate Area Dean of New­­bury, remaining NS Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of St George’s and St John’s, Newbury (Oxford).

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