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19 November 2021

BARRINGER. The Revd Philip Barringer, NS Pioneer Minister in the Rivers Team Ministry (Sheffield), to be house-for-duty Team Rector and Oversight Minister.

BRADSHAW. The Revd Julia Bradshaw, NS Assistant Curate in Greater Athens (Europe), now Assistant Curate of Leicester Cathedral (Leicester).

BREAREY. The Revd Heather Brearey, Assistant Curate in the Avon River Team Ministry (Salisbury), to be Rector of the Arle Valley Benefice (Winchester).

BUTTERY. The Revd Graeme Buttery, Vicar of St Oswald’s, Hartlepool, and Hon. Canon of Durham Cathedral (Durham), to be Vicar of Adlington (Blackburn).

DARKINS. The Revd Michael Darkins, Assistant Curate of the Wantsum Group, to be Priest-in-Charge of Hythe (Canterbury).

FAULKNER. The Revd Martin Faulkner, Vicar of the South Holderness Coast Benefice (York), to be Priest-in-Charge of the Revel Group (Coventry).

HOFREITER. The Revd Dr Christian Hofreiter, formerly NS Assistant Curate of St Aldate’s, Oxford (Oxford), to be Chaplain of the CityKirche Wien, Austria (Europe).

LEECH. The Revd Pieter-Jan (Peter) Leech, Rector of the Yare Valley Churches, and Joint Rural Dean of Blofield, to be also Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Ranworth and Woodbastwick in the Broadside Benefice (Norwich).

LEWIS. The Revd Ann Lewis, Assistant Curate of Ilfracombe, Lee, Woolacombe, Bittadon and Mortehoe (the Coast and Coombe Mission Community), now NS Assistant Curate (Associate Priest).

MASON. The Revd Stephen Mason, Vicar of St John the Evangelist with St Michael and All Angels, Paddington, to be also Area Dean of Westminster Paddington (London).

NEWHAM. The Revd Simon Newham, Assistant Area Dean of Lyndhurst, now Area Dean, remaining Vicar of Boldre with South Baddesley, and Vicar of Brockenhurst (Winchester).

POOLE. The Revd Nathanael Poole, Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Fountains Church, Bradford, to be part-time, and part-time Interim Minister of Frizinghall (Leeds).

REID. The Revd Kirrilee Reid, Acting Warden of the Bield at Blackruthven, Retreat and Conference Centre, Perth, Scotland, now Interim Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Eastry and Woodnesborough (Canterbury).

RICHARDSON. The Revd John Richardson, Assistant Curate in the Romney Marsh Team Ministry, now Interim Priest-in-Charge of All Saints with St Philip, Maidstone, with St Stephen’s, Tovil (Canterbury).

SEAMAN. The Revd John Seaman, Sports Chaplain for Wellingborough Town FC, to be also Assistant Curate (Assistant Priest) of St Peter’s, Rushden (Peterborough).

SIGRIST. The Revd Catherine Sigrist, Priest-in-Charge of the King’s Wood Benefice, now also Area Dean of West Bridge (Canterbury).

STAINER. The Revd Richard Stainer, Rector of the Grand Union Benefice, and Hon. Canon of Peterborough Cathedral, now also Rural Dean of Towcester (Peterborough).

TALBOTT. The Revd Simon Talbott, Vicar of Great Shelford, of Stapleford and of Harston with Hauxton and Newton, and Rural Dean of Granta, to be Senior Chaplain to the Bishop of Ely, remaining Hon. Canon of Ely Cathedral (Ely).

WHITE. The Revd Nicholas White, Assistant Curate in the St Helens Town Centre Team Ministry (Liverpool), to be Priest-in-Charge of Thanington, and Canterbury deanery Mission Enabler (Canterbury).

WILLIAMS. The Revd Brian Williams, Assistant Curate of Alkham with Capel le Ferne and Hougham (Canterbury), to be Priest-in-Charge.



JOHNSTON. The Revd Harriet Johnston, Assistant Curate of St James the Less, Bishopbriggs, to be Priest-in-Charge of Holy Trinity, Kilmarnock (Glasgow & Galloway).



SMITH. Hannah Smith, Interim Leader of G2 York Mission Initiative (York), now Leader.

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