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Resignations and retirements

04 December 2020

BISHOP. The Revd Susan Bishop, Assistant Curate of Warmley, Syston and Bitton (Bristol).

DENLEY. The Revd Adam Denley, Assistant Curate of St Jude’s, Southsea (Portsmouth).

FAIR. The Revd Dorothy Fair, Hon. Priest-in-Charge of the Holy Rood, Swinton (Manchester): 10 December.

GAYLER. The Revd Roger Gayler, house-for-duty Team Vicar in the Vale of Roding Team Ministry (Chelmsford): 31 December.

HOLLINGSHURST. The Revd Christopher Hollingshurst, Assistant Diocesan Director of Ordinands, remaining Vicar of West Byfleet (Guildford).

JAMIESON. The Revd Guy Jamieson, Area Dean of Pendle, remaining Vicar of Little Marsden with St Mary’s, Nelson, and St Bede’s, Nelson (Blackburn).

KING. The Revd Jennifer King, OLM of St Clement’s and St Barnabas’s, Chorlton-Cum-Hardy (Manchester).

LOVE. The Revd Alison Love, Rector of Draycot, and Area Dean of North Wiltshire (Bristol): 23 January.

OTTLEY. The Revd David Ottley, Chaplain to HM Prison Forest Bank.

PERRY. The Revd Anthony Perry, Vicar of St Mary the Virgin, Bearwood (Birmingham): 10 January.

PETTY. The Revd Duncan Petty, Minister-in-Charge of the Oaks Conventional District, Tanhouse (Liverpool): 31 January.

RODEN. The Revd Michael Roden, Residentiary Canon of Bristol Cathedral (Bristol).

SAMMON. The Revd Helen Sammon, Priest-in-Charge of Highnam, Tibberton with Rudford and Taynton, Continuing Ministerial Development Adviser, and Hon. Canon of Gloucester Cathedral: 17 January, becoming Hon. Canon Emeritus (Gloucester).

SKEPPER. The Revd Suzanne Skepper, Rector of Twigworth, Down Hatherley, Norton, the Leigh, Evington, Sandhurst and Staverton with Boddington (Gloucester): 28 February.

THOMPSON. The Revd Carrie Thompson, Vicar of Forton, and Chaplain to St Vincent College, Gosport (Portsmouth).

WATSON. The Revd Timothy Watson, Pioneer Minister of Leesland Neighbourhood Church (Portsmouth).

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