Church appointments

Church appointments

The Very Rev Wesley Carr, Dean of Bristol, to be Dean of Westminster, succeeding the Very Rev Michael Mayne, who retires in December.

The Rev Alison Beever, Assistant Curate, Christ Church and St Mark's, Watford (St Albans): to be Vicar, St Catherine of Siena, Tilehurst (Oxford).

The Rev David Burrell, Priest-in-charge, Haughley with Wetherden and Stowupland: to be Priest-in-charge, Culford, West Stow and Wordwell, Flempton with Hengrave and Lackford and the Fornhams and Timworth (St Edmundsbury and Ipswich).

The Rev Stuart Carter, Assistant Curate, St Luke, Birmingham: to be Assistant Curate, Christ Church, Quinton (Birmingham).

The Rev Dr Joseph Cassidy, formerly senior lecturer in ethics and theology: to be Assistant Curate (NSM), Salisbury St Martin and Laverstock (Salisbury).

The Rev Christopher Chapman, Priest-in-charge, Loddon, Sisland with Hales and Heckingham, and Rural Dean of Loddon (Norwich): to be also an Honorary Canon of Norwich Cathedral.

The Rev Janet Collins, Team Vicar, Witney Team Ministry: to be Staff Tutor, St Albans and Oxford Ministry Course (Oxford).

The Rev Louise Cooper, Curate, Dovecot (Liverpool): to be Assistant Chaplain to HM Young Offenders Centre, Glen Parva (Leicester).

The Rev Richard Goodhand, Priest-in-charge, Clarborough with Hayton (Southwell): now Assistant Chaplain (part-time) at HM Prison, Ranby.

The Rev Stephen Griffiths, Assistant Curate, Glascote and Stonydelph (Lichfield): to be Priest-in-charge, St Paul, Stratford, and Area Youth Officer (Chelmsford).

The Rev Cynthia Hebden, Curate, deanery of Twycelyn (Bangor, Church in Wales): to be Curate, St Mary, Knighton (Leicester).

The Rev Jonathan Herbert, Team Vicar, Blakenhall Heath Team Ministry (Lichfield): to be Community Member, Pilsdon Community (Salisbury).

The Rev Eric Heselwood, Vicar, St Mark, Biggin Hill: to be Vicar, All Saints, Orpington (Rochester).

The Rev Sebastian Jones, Vicar, South Ascot, All Souls: to be also Rural Dean of Bracknell (Oxford).

The Rev Trevor Jones, Assistant Curate, Widford (Chelmsford), to be Vicar, St Peter and St Mary, Stowmarket (St Edmundsbury and Ipswich).

The Rev Roger Matthews, Team Vicar, Chigwell and Chigwell Row Team Ministry: to be Diocesan Mission Officer (Chelmsford).

Canon Roy Matthews, permission to officiate, diocese York: to be Priest- in-charge, Selby Abbey, during the interregnum, same diocese.

The Rev Terence Nottage, Rector, North Sutton Team Ministry: to be Diocesan Director of Ordinands and Adviser in Vocations (Exeter).

The Rev Angus Parker, Associate Minister, Attenborough (Southwell): to be Vicar, St Pancras, Pennycross, Plymouth (Exeter).

The Rev John Potter, Vicar, Swindon New Town Team Ministry (Bristol): to be Vicar, Milber, Newton Abbot (Exeter).

The Rev John Rowland, Vicar, Fairfield (Liverpool): to be Vicar, Buckfastleigh with Dean Prior (Exeter).

The Rev Anthony Shaw, Head Coordinator of Key Stage One in a London School and on the staff of St Mark's Church, Regents' Park (London): to be Priest- in-charge, Winthorpe, All Saints Church and Langford, St Bartholomew with Holme, St Giles, and Diocesan Inspector of Church Schools (Southwell).

Prebendary Paul Smith, Rector, Torridge Estuary Team Ministry: to be Priest-in-charge, St James, Exeter (Exeter).

The Rev Dr Dennis Stamps, Assistant Curate, St Mary, Moseley: to be Director, West Midlands Ministerial Training Course, Queen's College, Birmingham (Birmingham).

The Rev Mark Ward, Curate, Hartland Coast Team Ministry: to be Vicar, South Molton Team Ministry (Exeter).

The Rev Brian Wilcox, Vicar, Hornsea with Atwick: now reappointed Rural Dean of North Holderness (York), for a period of five years.

The Rev Andrew Yates, Rector, Aylesham with Adisham (Canterbury): to be Priest-in-charge, Dudley, St Augustine and Chaplain (part-time) to the Merry Hill Shopping Centre (Worcester).

The Rev Sian Yates, Curate, St Martin and St Patol, Canterbury (Canterbury): to be Priest-in-charge, Dudley, St James, and Education Chaplain (part- time), diocese Worcester.

RESIGNATIONS and RETIREMENTS

Canon David Boyes, Priest-in-charge, Earl Soham, and an Honorary Canon of St Edmundsbury Cathedral (St Edmundsbury and Ipswich): to retire 1 December.

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