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26 November 2021

ARCHER. The Revd Dr Sarah Archer, Assistant Curate of North Harrow (London), now Vicar, remaining Priest-Vicar of Westminster Abbey.

BOYCE. The Revd William Boyce, Rector of St Brigid’s, Mallusk (Connor), now Assistant Chaplain of St Andrew’s, Puerto Pollensa (Europe).

BROWN. The Revd David Brown, Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of Warfield, now also Associate Area Dean of Bracknell (Oxford).

CARLYON. The Revd Catherine Carlyon, Priest-in-Charge of St Francis of Assisi, Bridgwater (Bath & Wells), to be Vicar.

CLARK-KING. The Revd Dr Ellen Clark King, Dean of King’s College, London, now also NS Assistant Curate (Assistant Priest) of St Anne’s, Soho (London).

DAVIS. The Revd Christopher Davis, Rector of Tooting Graveney (Southwark), to be Rector of the Wulfric Benefice (Bath & Wells).

GALLACHER. The Revd Owen Gallacher, Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of St Nicholas and All Saints, and St Helen’s, Worcester (Worcester), now Assistant Curate of St Aldate’s, Oxford (Oxford).

GREEN. The Revd Fleur Green, Vicar of St Peter’s, Darwen, and Area Dean of Blackburn with Darwen, now Vicar of Broughton, remaining Women’s Ministry Adviser, and Hon. Canon of Blackburn Cathedral (Blackburn).

GREENFIELD. The Revd Brian Greenfield, Assistant Curate of Sutton with Cowling and Lothersdale, now Priest-in-Charge of St Paul’s, Shipley, and of Windhill, Minister of the Eldwick Church, and Assistant Curate (Assistant Priest) of St Peter’s, Shipley (Leeds).

GROOCOCK. The Revd Christopher Groocock, Priest-in-Charge of Ashington, to be also Area Dean of Morpeth (Newcastle).

HILL. The Revd Naomi Hill, Priest-in-Charge of St Christopher with St Philip, Sneinton, and Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of St Ann with Emmanuel Church, Nottingham (Southwell & Nottingham), now Assistant Curate (Associate Vicar) of St Paul’s, Slough (Oxford).

IRVING. The Revd Paul Irving, Priest-in-Charge of Staplegrove with Norton Fitzwarren (Bath & Wells), to be Rector.

MABUZA. The Revd Catharine Mabuza, Vicar of Warfield, now also Area Dean of Bracknell (Oxford).

MARSHALL. The Revd Amanda Marshall, Assistant Curate of St Oswald’s, Ashbourne, with Mapleton, of St John the Baptist, Ashbourne, of Clifton and of Norbury with Snelston (Derby), to be Priest-in-Charge of Baxenden, and Curate-in-Charge of St Paul’s, Accrington, in St Paul’s and St James’s, Accrington (Blackburn).

NEWSOME. The Revd John Newsome, Area Dean of Germany, now also Chaplain in Heidelberg (Europe).

NODDINGS. The Revd John Noddings, Assistant Curate of Corringham and Fobbing (Chelmsford), to be Vicar of All Saints’, Peterborough (Peterborough).

ORMROD. The Revd Jonathan Ormrod, Priest-in-Charge of Sully and of Wenvoe and St Lythans, and Assistant Curate of St Andrews Major with Michaelston-le-Pit (Llandaff), now Priest-in-Charge of St Martin’s, Worle (Bath & Wells).

OTIENO. The Revd Rebecca Otieno, NS Assistant Curate of Hillsborough and Wadsley Bridge, to be NS Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of the Wadsley and Malin Bridge Mission Area (Sheffield).

RHODES. The Revd Jayson Rhodes, Chaplain to the Bishop of Lincoln (Lincoln), to be Canon Precentor of Wakefield Cathedral (Leeds).

ROGERS. The Revd Rebecca Rogers, Vicar of St John’s, Kings Lynn, and Team Vicar in the King’s Lynn Team Ministry, to be also Rural Dean of Lynn (Norwich).

RUTTER. The Revd Michael Rutter, Mission Priest of St Thomas’s Extra-Parochial Place, Philadelphia (Sheffield), to be Senior Mission Priest and Senior Leader.

RYDER. The Revd Dr Judith Ryder, formerly Assistant Curate of Caversham Thameside and Mapledurham, now NS Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of Bicester with Bucknell, Caversfield and Launton (Oxford).

SELLICK. The Revd Peter Sellick, Development Director of Churches and Industry Group, Birmingham and Solihull, and Hon. Canon of Birmingham Cathedral (Birmingham), to be Head of Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care of St Andrew’s Healthcare, Northampton (Peterborough).

THOMAS. The Revd Gail Thomas, Priest-in-Charge of St Peter with St Jude, Milton, and Kewstoke, to be Vicar of Kewstoke and Wick St Lawrence (Bath & Wells).

WEITHERS. The Revd Darius Weithers, Assistant Curate of St Matthew’s, Croydon (Southwark), now Vicar of Old Ford (London).

WELDON. The Revd Nicholas Weldon, Team Vicar in the Whiddon Mission Community (Exeter), now Priest-in-Charge of Marcham with Garford and Shippon (Oxford) (diocesan correction).



CHARMAN. The Revd Eleanor Charman, Assistant Curate of St John the Evangelist, Wick, and of St Peter and the Holy Rood, Thurso, now Priest-in-Charge of St John the Evangelist, Inverness (Moray, Ross & Caithness).

FREEMAN. The Revd Kirstin Freeman, Rector of All Saints’, Bearsden, now Rector of the Holy Name, Cumbernauld, and of St Paul and St John the Evangelist, Monklands (Glasgow & Galloway).

JEPP. The Revd Mary Jepp, Hon. Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of East Meon, West Meon and Warnford, and of Langrish (Portsmouth), now Priest-in-Charge of St Ternan’s, Muchalls, and of St James’s, Stonehaven (Brechin).

MASSEY. The Revd Margaret Massey, now Chaplain of St Andrew’s Cathedral, Inverness (Moray, Ross & Caithness).

PATERSON. The Revd Dr Michael Paterson, Director of the Institute of Pastoral Supervision and Reflective Practice, now also Priest-in-Charge of St Margaret’s, Rosyth (St Andrews, Dunkeld & Dunblane).

SCOTT. The Revd Simon Scott, NSM of St Andrew’s, Tain, and of St Columba’s, Brora, now also Priest-in-Charge of St Finnbarr’s, Dornoch (Moray, Ross & Caithness).

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