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/ 2 August 2021

Clergy and Staff moves July 2021

Permission to Officiate

The Revd Katherine Rumens, has been issued with Permission to Officiate, from 23rd May.

The Revd Richard Burridge, has been issued with Permission to Officiate.

The Revd John Irwin has been issued with Permission to Officiate.

The Revd John Hudson has been issued with Permission to Officiate.

Within the Diocese

The Revd Marjorie Brown, Vicar of St. Mary the Virgin, primrose Hill (1609) and Edmonton Area Director of Ordinands, is to cease as Edmonton Area Director of Ordinands from 30th June.

The Revd Alex Volossevich, SSM Curate at St. Mary, Ealing (2101), is to be SSM Associate Vicar St. Mary, Ealing (2101), from 1st July.

The Revd Daniel Warnke, Curate at St. John the Evangelist, Hyde Park Crescent (0207), has been issued with Permission to Officiate to be Chaplain of Westminster School, from 10th September.

Out of the Diocese

The Revd Dr Stephen Nichols, Curate at All Souls, Langham Place (0403), to be Vicar of All Saints, Lindfield, Diocese of Chichester from 2nd September.

The Revd Jason Roach, Curate at Christ Church Down Street (0371) and Adviser to the Bishop of London, has notified his intention to resign from 31st August. In order to take up non-Diocesan appointment of Director of Ministries at London City Mission.

Resigned

The Revd Canon Andrew Wright, Chaplain at St. Michael, Paternoster Royal, to resign from 31st July.

The Revd Andrew Holt, Curate at St. Helen, Kensington (1104), to resign from 14th July

to be given Permission to Officiate, from 15th July.

 

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