About us: General Synod Clerical By-Election 2018
"Everyone has something to offer and the Synod can learn from everyone."
A by-election of one member of the House of Clergy of the General Synod will be held on Thursday 10 May 2018.
The General Synod is the national assembly of the Church of England, commonly referred to as the Church’s Parliament. It considers and approves legislation affecting the whole of the Church of England, authorises new forms of worship, debates matters of religious and public interest, and approves the annual budget for the work of the Church at national level.
Click on the link to find out more about the General Synod.
See below for the full timetable.
|Notification to electors of the election timetable to be followed in the Diocese and issue of nomination papers|| |
Monday 19 February
|Closing date for nominations||Monday 26 March (noon)|
|Issue of voting papers||Wednesday 18 April|
|Closing date for return of voting papers||Wednesday 9 May (noon)|
|Day of the Counts||Thursday 10 May|
List of candidates and their addresses
BAILY, the Revd Sally
An election address by The Revd Sally BAILY
FRANCE, the Revd Stephen Mark
An election address by the Revd Stephen Mark FRANCE
LOBSINGER, the Revd Eric John
An election address by the Revd Eric John LOBSINGER
MACNEANEY, the Revd Jonathan Niall Agnew
An election address by the Revd Jonathan Niall Agnew MACNEANEY
MARSZALEK, the Revd Rachel Emma
An election address by the Revd Rachel Emma MARSZALEK
MERCHANT, the Revd Tamsin Laetitia Rachel
An election address by the Revd Tamsin Laetitia Rachel MERCHANT
MORRIS, the Revd Simon John
An election address by the Revd Simon John MORRIS
MURTHEN, the Revd Mark Anthony
An election address by the Revd Mark Anthony MURTHEN
STOWELL, the Revd Jody
An election address by the Revd Jody STOWELL
A combined pack of election addresses for May 2018 (PDF)
For more information about the election process, please contact Monica Bolley, Synodical Secretary, by email GSelections@nulllondon.anglican.org. The Presiding Officer is Paul Morris.