Appointments: Church appointments
Saturday 07 May 1994
The Rev Geoffrey Brown, Assistant Curate, Digswell, St John: to be Chaplain to the East Herts Hospice Care Services (St Albans).
The Rev Christopher Collins, Vicar, Christ Church, Luton (Rochester): to be also Rural Dean of Rochester, same diocese.
The Rev Stephen Coneys, Curate, Plymouth Emmanuel (Exeter): to be Team Vicar, Seasalter St Alphege, Whitstable Team Ministry (Canterbury).
The Rev David Couling, Vicar, St Lawrence the Martyr, Horsley Hill: to be Master of Greatham Hospital and Priest-in-charge, parish of Greatham (Durham).
The Rev Ronald Crankshaw, Vicar, St Anne, Beech Hill: to be also Area Dean of Wigan West (Liverpool).
The Rev Myles Davies, Vicar, St Anne, Stanley: to be also Diocesan Director of Ordinands (Liverpool).
The Rev Timothy Deacon, Priest-in-charge, Newton Ferrers with Revelstoke and Priest-in-charge, Holbeton: to be Vicar, Newton Ferrers with Revelstoke, and continue as Priest-in-charge, Holbeton (Exeter).
The Right Rev John Gaisford, Bishop of Beverley and Episcopal Visitor for the Province of York: to be also part-time Assistant Bishop in the diocese of Bradford.
The Rev Geoffrey Griffiths, Vicar, Atworth with Shaw and Whitley (Salisbury): to be Acting Assistant Curate (NSM), Breage with Germoe until 31 May when he will become Priest-in-charge, NSM (Truro).
The Rev Nigel Guthrie, Chaplain and Information Officer at Coventry Cathedral (Coventry): to be Vicar, Chellaston (Derby).
Canon Richard Hanmer, Vicar, Eaton: to be Residentiary Canon of Norwich Cathedral and Priest-in-charge, St Mary in the Marsh (Norwich).
The Rev Joan Kirby, Assistant Curate (NSM), Blisland with St Breward: to be Minister-in-charge (NSM), Cardynham (Truro) as from 21 May, and Priest-in-charge (NSM) as from 2 July.
The Rev Christopher Swift, Assistant Curate, Longton (Blackburn): to be Team Vicar, St Peter, Arkley, in the benefice of Chipping Barnet with Arkley (St Albans).
The Rev Madeleine Wheeler, formerly Minister-in- charge, All Hallows, Greenford: now Priest-in- charge, All Hallows, Greenford (London).
The Rev Timothy Wilson, Curate, Highley St Mary (Hereford): to be Assistant Curate, Margate Holy Trinity, with special responsibility for St Philip's, Northdown (Canterbury).
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