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Resignations and retirements

24 June 2022

ASINUGO. The Revd Christiana Asinugo, Vicar of St Matthew’s, West Ham, Chaplain for Stratford Westfield Shopping Centre, and Vocations Adviser for the Newham Deanery (Chelmsford): 29 July.

BRACKLEY. The Rt Revd Ian Brackley, Chairman of the Retired Clergy Association of the Church of England: autumn.

COOPER. The Revd Stephen Cooper, Team Rector in the Fellside Team Ministry (Blackburn): 31 July.

COSH. The Revd Roderick Cosh, Chaplain to the St Monica Trust (Bristol): 3 July.

DOWIE. The Revd Brenda Dowie, Chaplaincy Team Leader in the North Bristol NHS Trust (Bristol): 31 July.

EDWARDS. The Revd Carl Edwards, Vicar of Fairfield, Peak Forest and Dove Holes (Derby): 30 June.

FERNS. The Revd Stephen Ferns, Senior Chaplain to the Bishop of Chichester, and Canon and Prebendary of Chichester Cathedral (Chichester).

GUEST. The Revd Derek Guest, Rural Dean of Frodsham; Vicar of All Saints’ and Holy Trinity, Runcorn (Chester): 30 June.

HERRICK. The Revd David Herrick, Priest-in-Charge of Great and Little Hallingbury, and Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Hatfield Heath and Sheering and of Hatfield Broad Oak and Bush End (Chelmsford): 31 July.

HUMPHREYS. The Revd Asa Humphreys, Priest-in-Charge of Heybridge with Langford, and of All Saints with St Peter, Maldon (Chelmsford): 19 August.

MOON. The Revd Dr Philip Moon, Vicar of Bishops Wood and of Brewood, and Prebendary of Lichfield Cathedral (Lichfield): 31 July.

NORRINGTON. The Revd Paul Norrington, Area Dean of Colchester: 31 July; Rector of Christ Church with St Mary at the Walls, Colchester, and Hon. Canon of Chelmsford Cathedral (Chelmsford): 30 September.

OSTLER. The Revd Christine Ostler, Hon. Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of All Saints’, Wellingborough, and of All Hallows’, Wellingborough (Peterborough).

PARSONS. The Revd Christopher Parsons, Vicar of Kenwyn with St Allen (Truro).

PROCTOR. The Revd Michael Proctor, Vicar of South Cave and Ellerker with Broomfleet, and Area Dean of Howden (York).

RABLEN. The Revd Christine Rablen, Vicar of Offerton (Chester): 31 August.

RUFFLE. The Revd Wendy Ruffle, Assistant Curate (Associate Vicar) of St Mary the Virgin, Tewkesbury, with Walton Cardiff and Twyning, and Pioneer Minister of Celebrate (Gloucester): 30 June.

RUMSEY. The Revd Ian Rumsey, Vicar of Bowdon (Chester): 17 July.

SAUNDERS. The Revd Joan Saunders, Interim Priest-in-Charge of Ryhall with Essendine and Carlby: 31 August, remaining Bishop’s Visitor for Church Schools in the Oakham Archdeaconry (Peterborough).

SHAVE. The Revd Dr Norman Shave, Vicar of Stranton, Interim Priest-in-Charge of St Luke’s, Hartlepool, and Hon. Canon of Durham Cathedral (Durham): 30 June.

SMITH. The Revd Christopher Smith, Assistant Curate of St Luke’s, Colchester, remaining Assistant Curate of Shrub End (Chelmsford).

SMITH. The Revd Justine Smith, Area Dean of Snaith and Hatfield, remaining Priest-in-Charge of the Marshland Benefice (Sheffield).

SPENCER. The Revd Geoffrey Spencer, Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) in the Pool Mission Area (St Asaph).

SWALES. The Revd David Swales, Priest-in-Charge of Pott Shrigley (Chester).

THEWSEY. The Revd Robert Thewsey, Area Dean of Henley, remaining Rector of Shiplake with Dunsden and Harpsden (Oxford).

THORNTON. The Revd Jackie-Dee Thornton, NS Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Chelmsford Cathedral, and Chaplain of Anglia Ruskin University (Chelmsford): 31 August.

WARD. The Revd Tracy Ward, Vicar of Mellor (Chester): 31 July.

WATSON. The Revd Aidan Watson, Assistant Curate of Downend (Bristol): 2 July.

WYNNE-JONES. The Revd Nicholas Wynne-Jones, Rector of Englefield (Oxford).

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