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Resignations and retirements

03 December 2021

ALBAN JONES. The Revd Timothy Alban Jones, Chaplain to the Bishop of Peterborough: 31 December, remaining Vice-Dean and Residentiary Canon of Peterborough Cathedral, and Diocesan Ecumenical Officer (Peterborough).

BAIN. The Revd Stuart Bain, Provost of Sunderland Minster, and Canon of Durham Cathedral (Durham).

BIDDINGTON. The Revd Wendy Biddington, NS Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of Wellesbourne and of Walton d’Eiville (Coventry): 4 December.

BOYLE. The Revd Lynn Boyle, Vicar of Werneth (Chester): 31 December.

BRADLEY. The Revd Elizabeth Bradley, Bedford Archdeaconry Clergy Widows Officer (St Albans).

BRADSHAW. The Revd Malcolm Bradshaw, Chaplain of St George’s, Venice, with Christ Church, Trieste (Europe).

COLLEY. The Revd Karen Colley, NS Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Sheffield Manor (Sheffield): 31 December.

CRAWLEY. The Revd Nicholas Crawley, NS Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of Redland, and Network Mission Priest in the Bristol archdeaconry (Bristol): 31 December.

CRONK. The Revd Simon Cronk, Area Dean of Aston and Cuddesdon, remaining Rector of Great with Little Milton and Great Haseley (Oxford).

EVANS. The Revd Sarah Evans, Minor Canon and Chaplain of Bristol Cathedral (Bristol): 25 December.

FINCH. The Revd Susan Finch, NS Assistant Curate (Assistant Priest) in the Great Baddow Team Ministry (Chelmsford): 25 December.

GREGORY. The Revd Nathan Gregory, Assistant Chaplain of St Paul’s, Tervuren, Belgium (Europe): 31 December.

HARDING. The Revd Carl Harding, Priest-in-Charge in the South Barrow Team Ministry (Carlisle): 31 December.

HARPER. The Revd Rosemary Harper, Vicar of Great Missenden with Ballinger and Little Hampden, remaining Chaplain to the Bishop of Buckingham, and Hon. Canon of Christ Church, Oxford (Oxford).

HARPER. The Revd Timothy Harper, Rector of Amersham, remaining Hon. Canon of Christ Church, Oxford (Oxford).

HEPPER. The Revd Michael Hepper, NS Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of Longframlington with Brinkburn and of Felton (Newcastle): 31 December.

HOLDSTOCK. The Revd Adrian Holdstock, Vicar of St Mark’s, Peterborough, Diocesan Interfaith Adviser, Parish Development Officer, Assistant Diocesan Director of Ordinands, and Hon. Canon of Peterborough Cathedral: 11 December, becoming Canon Emeritus of Peterborough Cathedral (Peterborough).

JAMESON. The Revd Howard Jameson, Priest-in-Charge of Patchway (Bristol): 5 December.

JONES. The Revd Nicholas Jones, Rector of Acton (London): 6 December.

LEWIS. The Revd Edward Lewis, Vicar of St Mary the Virgin, Kenton (London): 31 December, remaining Chaplain to the Queen.

PRIOR. The Revd Stephen Prior, Rector of Rushden with Newton Bromswold, and Hon. Canon of Peterborough Cathedral, becoming Canon Emeritus (Peterborough).

PROTHERO. The Revd Brian Prothero, Rector of Weybridge (Guildford): 3 December.

ROSEDALE. The Revd John Rosedale, Team Vicar in the Saddleworth Team Ministry (Manchester).

SADLER. The Revd Michael Sadler, Vicar of Llandeilo Fawr and Taliaris (St Davids): 5 December.

STEVENTON. The Revd Kenneth Steventon, Priest-in-Charge of Ingleton and of Staindrop (Durham).

TAYLOR. The Revd Christopher Taylor, Chaplain of Loughborough University (Leicester): 25 December.

TIERNAN. The Revd Paul Tiernan, Vicar of St Philip’s, Sydenham (Southwark): 31 December.

WALKER. The Revd Daniel Walker, Hon. Priest-in-Charge of Easington with Liverton (York): 2 January.

WORTHINGTON. The Revd Mark Worthington, Vicar of Harlow Green and Lamesley (Durham).

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