Church Appointments

The following appointments have been announced by the Church of England:

The Rev Anthony Bishop, Team Vicar, Chigwell: to be Priest-in-charge, Walthamstow, St John (Chelmsford).

The Rev Peter Burrows, Rector, Broughton Astley: to be also Priest-in-charge, Croft and Stoney Stanton (Leicester).

The Rev Mark Butchers, Parish Curate, Mitcham (Southwark): to be Rector, North Tawton, Bondleigh, Sampford Courteney and Honeychurch (Exeter).

The Rev Richard Clarke, Curate, Sedgefield: to be Curate, Penshaw, Shiney Row and Herrington, and Chaplain to the YMCA, Herrington Burn (Durham).

The Rev Hereward Cooke, Team Vicar, Parmentergate Team Ministry, and Industrial Chaplain: to be also Acting Senior Industrial Chaplain (Norwich).

The Rev Peter Dawkin, Assistant Curate, St. Oswald, Netherton: to be Vicar, Christ Church, Norris Green (Liverpool).

The Rev Jane Dicker, Parish Deacon, St. James, Merton (Southwark): to be Deacon, Littleham-cum-Exmouth Team Ministry (Exeter).

The Rev John Handley, Rector, Reedham and Cantley with Limpenhoe and Southwood: to be Priest-in-charge, Harling East with Harling West, Bridgham with Roudham (Norwich).

The Rev Brian Hogwood, permission to officiate, diocese Norwich: to be Honorary Assistant Curate to the Team Rector, Thetford Team Ministry (Norwich).

The Rev Stephen Holdaway Chaoah, Lincoln Industrial Mission: to be Team Rector, St James, Louth (Lincoln).

The Rev Ivan Howitt, Rector, Owmby: to be also Priest-in-charge, Hackthorn (Lincoln).

The Rev Petro Hryziuk, Assistant Curate, St George, Huyton: to be Assistant Curate, St Paul, Goose Green (Liverpool).

The Rev Dr Ian Kenway, Assistant Secretary, Church of England Board for Social Responsibility, Church House, Westminster, and Editor of its journal Crucible: to be Director of Studies of the Centre for the Study of Theology at the University of Essex, and Anglican Chaplain at the University (Chelmsford).

The Rev Anthony Lawrence, Vicar, Holy Trinity, Ashton-under-Lyne: to be Vicar, St Chad, Saddleworth (Manchester).

The Rev Brian Levick, Assistant Curate, Kettlewell with Conistone, Hubberholme (Bradford): to be Ecumenical Officer and Hon Assistant, St Denys, Sleaford (Lincoln).

The Rev Peter Morley, Vicar, St Luke's, Worsbrough Common, Barnsley: to be Rector, All Hallows, Harthill, and Vicar, St Peter's, Thorpe Salvin (Sheffield).

The Rev John Ogley, Vicar, Skegby: to be Rector, Carlton-in-Lindrick (Southwell).

The Rev Martin Parrott, Anglican Chaplain to the School of Oriental and African Studies and Faculty of Medicine at University College, London (London): to be Vicar, Hebden Bridge St James (Wakefield).

The Rev Anthony Reader-Moore, Rural Officer for diocese of Southwell: to be Priest-in-charge, Alford group of parishes (Lincoln).

The Rev John Richardson, Rector, Skelton with Shipton and Newton-on-Ouse (York): to be Vicar, St Mary Magdalene, Alsager (Chester).

The Rev Keith Walker, Rector, Penshaw: to be also Priest-in-charge, Shiney Row, (Durham).

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