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31 July 2020

ARNOLD. The Revd Mark Arnold, NS Assistant Curate of Sudbury, to be NS Assistant Curate of Pinner (London).

BOWER. The Revd Allen Bower, Vicar of St Matthew with St Martin and St Paul, Tipton (Lichfield), to be Vicar of Upper Sunbury (London).

CARTER. The Revd Jonathan Carter, Assistant Curate of Christ Church, Lowestoft (Norwich), now Interim Priest-in-Charge.

COOPER. The Revd Dr Benedict Cooper, Assistant Curate (Minister for Training) of Fulwood (Sheffield), to be Tutor of the Proclamation Trust Cornhill Training Course.

CROSSMAN. The Revd Sharon Crossman, Diocesan Vocations Co-ordinator, now Priest-in-Charge of Beckington with Standerwick, Berkley, Rodden, Lullington and Orchardleigh (Bath & Wells).

FOREMAN. The Revd Jennifer Foreman, Assistant Curate of St Nicholas’s, Kingston upon Hull (York), to be Multiply Minister.

FRANKUM. The Revd Matthew Frankum, Vicar of St Luke’s, Bath, and Rural Dean of Bath, now also Assistant Diocesan Director of Ordinands (Bath & Wells).

GREENIDGE-SILCOTT. The Revd Karen Greenidge-Silcott, NS Priest-in-Charge of North Greenford (London), to be Priest-in-Charge.

HOPKINS. The Revd Ian Hopkins, Assistant Curate of Liverpool Cathedral (Liverpool), now Parish Development Minister.

MEARDON. The Revd Trevor Meardon, Assistant Curate of Patchway (Bristol), to be Incumbent (Church-Planter) of Pype Hayes (Birmingham).

REID. The Revd Dr Catherine Reid, Vicar of Ampleforth with Oswaldkirk, Gilling East and Stonegrave, and Cleveland Archdeaconry Training Adviser, to be Chaplain to the University of York (York).

RENGERT. The Revd Helen Rengert, Team Vicar in the Reepham and Wensum Valley Team Ministry (Norwich), to be Team Rector, remaining Chaplain of Reepham High School.

RENGERT. The Revd Keith Rengert, Team Rector in the Reepham and Wensum Valley Team Ministry (Norwich), to be Team Vicar, remaining Rural Dean of Ingworth and Sparham, Chaplain of Reepham High School, to the East of England Ambulance Service and to the East Anglian Air Ambulance.

ROBINS. The Revd Wendy Robins, Diocesan Director of Press and Communications, and Bishop’s Press Officer, and Hon. Canon of Southwark Cathedral, to be Diocesan Director of Discipleship, Lay Ministry and Continuing Ministerial Development, and Canon Chancellor of Southwark Cathedral (Southwark).

ROSE. The Revd Suzanne Rose, Assistant Curate in the Boston Team Ministry (Lincoln), to be Rector of Bethersden, High Halden and Woodchurch (Canterbury).

SMITH. The Revd Andrew Smith, Priest-in-Charge of Hutton, now also Area Dean of Brentwood (Chelmsford).

SWEETMAN. The Revd Judith Sweetman, formerly Priest-in-Charge of Boxford, Edwardstone, Groton, Little Waldingfield and Newton, to be Hon. Assistant Curate (Assistant Priest) in the Reepham and Wensum Valley Team Ministry (Norwich).

TOMLINSON. The Revd David Tomlinson, formerly Team Rector in the Saffron Walden and Villages Team Ministry, Rural Dean of Saffron Walden, and Hon. Canon of Chelmsford Cathedral, to be Vicar of St Paul’s, Birmingham (Birmingham).

VAN DER HART. The Revd William Van Der Hart, Assistant Curate of Holy Trinity, Brompton, with St Paul’s, Onslow Square, and St Augustine’s, South Kensington, to be Assistant Curate of St Dionis’s, Parson’s Green, Fulham (London).

WYLIE. The Revd Kenneth Wylie, Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of St Andrew’s and St George’s and St Matthew’s Hornchurch (Chelmsford), to be Vicar.


MARSH. The Revd Dr Richard Marsh, Officiant of Aughaval with Achill, Knappagh, Dugort, Castlebar and Turlough (Tuam, Killala & Achonry), to be Bishop’s Vicar of Kilkenny Union (Cashel, Ferns & Ossory).

McWILLIAMS. The Revd Amelia McWilliams, Assistant Curate in the Dungannon deanery, now NS Assistant Curate of Clogherny with Seskinore and Drumnakilly (Armagh).

STOREY. The Revd Earl Storey, Diocesan Communications Officer (Derry & Raphoe), and Editor of the Church of Ireland Gazette, now also part-time Chaplain to the Irish Defence Forces in Meath & Kildare.



ROBERTS. Penny Roberts to be Executive Chair of the London Diocesan Board for Schools (London).

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