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Appointments

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18 February 2022

ATKINSON. The Revd Dr Philip Atkinson, Minister-in-Charge of St Mark’s Conventional District, Swanswell, Coventry, Priest-in-Charge of St Peter’s, Coventry, and Leader of St Mark’s, Coventry (Bishop’s Mission Order), now also Priest-in-Charge of Caludon, Coventry, and Wyken (Coventry).

BARKER. The Revd Adele Barker, Priest-in-Charge of Fawkham and Hartley, and of Longfield (Rochester), to be Interim Priest-in-Charge of the White Peak Group and of Youlgreave, Middleton, Stanton-in-Peak and Birchover (Derby).

BRADDY. The Revd Dr Richard Braddy, Vicar of the Wantsum Group, and Joint Area Dean of Thanet, to be Chaplain to the Bishop of Dover (Canterbury).

CAPPER. The Revd Richard Capper, Canon Emeritus of Norwich Cathedral, to be also Bishop’s Officer for Retired Clergy, Widows and Widowers (Norwich).

CORNISH. The Revd Rachel Cornish, Rector of the Alde River Benefice (St Edmundsbury & Ipswich), to be house-for-duty Priest-in-Charge of Albourne, Sayers Common and Twineham (Chichester).

DAVIES-FLETCHER. The Revd Susan Davies-Fletcher, Assistant Curate of Appledore, Northam and Westward Ho!, to be Assistant Curate of the Shirwell Mission Community (Exeter).

DOWMAN. The Revd Jonathan Dowman, Diocesan Pioneer Development Worker, Hon. Canon of Leicester Cathedral, and Interim Co-Area Dean of Launde, to be also house-for-duty Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) and Growing Faith Enabler in Launde deanery (Leicester).

FLACH. The Revd Deborah Flach, Chaplain of Christ Church, Lille, France, and Canon of the Cathedral Chapter, now also Dean of Women’s Ministry (Europe).

FLEMING. The Revd Kathryn Fleming, Canon Pastor of Coventry Cathedral (Coventry), now Canon for Worship and Community, and Sub-Dean.

GILLARD-FAULKNER. The Revd Sarah Gillard-Faulkner, Chaplain of HM Prison Onley, now also Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of Holbrooks (Coventry).

HANCOX. The Revd Sarah Hancox, Team Vicar in the Rothwell, Lofthouse, Methley with Mickletown and Oulton with Woodlesford Team Ministry, to be also Assistant Area Dean of Whitkirk (Leeds).

HAYES. The Revd Denise Hayes, Vicar of Hattersley (Chester), to be Resettlement Chaplain of HM Prison and Youth Offenders Institution Doncaster.

LYON. The Revd Mark Lyon, Rector of Maybridge and West Tarring (Chichester), to be Chaplain of HM Prison Wakefield.

McCORMICK. The Revd Anne McCormick, Team Vicar in the Great and Little Coates with Bradley Team Ministry (Lincoln), to be Chaplain of the University of Warwick (Coventry).

MOORE. The Revd Michael Moore, Vicar of St Mary’s, Boongate, Peterborough, and Rural Dean of Peterborough, to be also Hon. Canon of Peterborough Cathedral (Peterborough).

NEWMAN. The Rt Revd Adrian Newman, formerly Bishop of Stepney (London), now Hon. Assistant Bishop (Chelmsford).

POYNER. The Revd David Poyner, NS Assistant Curate of Highley with Billingsley, Glazeley and Deuxhill and Chelmarsh (Hereford), now NS Associate Minister.

REAKES-WILLIAMS. The Revd Martin Reakes-Williams, Chaplain in Leipzig, Germany, and Canon of the Cathedral Chapter (Europe), now in Ethiopia (Egypt with North Africa & the Horn of Africa, Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and the Middle East).

STONE. The Revd Matthew Stone, Assistant curate of the Woodbridge Benefice, now also Assistant Curate of Pucklechurch and Abson (Bristol).

WILLIAMS. The Revd Jacqueline Williams, Rector of St Monnica’s, Halfway Gardens (Johannesburg, Anglican Church of Southern Africa), now Chaplain of Twente, the Netherlands (Europe).

WILTON. The Revd Christopher Wilton, Vicar of Sherburn-in-Elmet with Saxton, to be also Priest-in-Charge of Ledsham with Fairburn (York).

 

WALES

BATCHELOR. The Revd Martin Batchelor, Leader of the Borderlands Mission Area, now Priest-in-Charge of the Mold Mission Area (St Asaph).

CRANE. The Revd Janet Crane, Assistant Curate of the Aber-Morfa Mission Area (St Asaph), now Priest-in-Charge.

ERLANDSON. The Revd Gareth Erlandson, Assistant Curate in the Borderlands Mission Area, now Priest-in-Charge of the Aled Mission Area (St Asaph).

FINN. The Revd Jane Finn, Assistant Curate of Halifax with Siddal (Leeds), to be Priest-in-Charge of the Denbigh Mission Area (St Asaph).

HAINSWORTH. The Revd Richard Hainsworth, formerly Tutor of St Padarn’s Institute, Llandaff, to be Priest-in-Charge of the Estuary and Mountain Mission Area (St Asaph).

JONES. The Revd Andrea Jones, Priest-in-Charge of the Borderlands Mission Area (St Asaph), now Leader.

JONES. The Revd Toby Jones, Assistant Curate of the Pool Mission Area, to be Assistant Curate of the Maelor Mission Area (St Asaph).

LINES. The Revd Benjamin Lines, Assistant Curate of the Aberconwy Mission Area (St Asaph), now Priest-in-Charge.

PAWLEY. The Revd Adam Pawley, Priest-in-Charge of the Borderlands Mission Area, now Priest-in-Charge of the Pool Mission Area (St Asaph).

PIERCY. The Revd Simon Piercy, Assistant Curate of the Alyn Mission Area, now Assistant Curate of the Borderlands Mission Area (St Asaph).

SPENCER. The Revd Christopher Spencer, Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of the Aber-Morfa Mission Area (St Asaph), now Priest-in-Charge.

SPENCER. The Revd Geoffrey Spencer, formerly Priest-in-Charge of the Denbigh Mission Area, now Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of the Pool Mission Area (St Asaph).

STOREY. The Revd Susan Storey, Assistant Curate of the Aled Mission Area, now Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of the Aberconwy Mission Area (St Asaph).

THOMPSON. The Revd James Thompson, Assistant Curate of the Pool Mission Area (St Asaph), now Associate Priest.

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