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/ 31 March 2021

Clergy and Staff moves March 2021

Into the Diocese

The Revd Ayoob Shawkat Adwar, holds Permission to Officiate, Diocese of New Westminster, Canada, has accepted Permission to Officiate, Diocese of London.

The Revd Sue Coleman, has been issued with Permission to Officiate.

Within the Diocese

The Revd David Armstrong, Priest in Charge of St Botolph without Bishopsgate (0107), is to be  Rector of St Botolph without Bishopsgate (0107), from 29 April 2021.

The Revd Clare Hendry, Curate at Grace Church, Muswell Hill (2013), is also to SSM Curate at St Peter le Poer (2014), from 7 March 2021.

The Revd Sophie Schuil-Brewer, at present Curate at St Martin, Kensal Rise (2119), is to be Vicar of Holy Innocents, Kingsbury (2108), with effect from 17 June 2021.

The Revd Jane Hughman, at present Associate Vicar in the Uxbridge Team (2515), is to be Interim Minister if St Laurence, Cowley (2501), with effect from 1 June 2021.

Rest In Peace

The Revd Allan Scott, previously Permission to Officiate, died on 18 January 2021. May he Rest In Peace and Rise in Glory.

Out of the Diocese

The Revd Philip Bevan, has relinquished his Appointment to Officiate, with effect from 1 January 2021.

The Revd Peter Ward, SSM Curate at All Saints, Harrow Weald (2402), resigned with effect from 11 March 2021.

Retiring

The Revd Antony Pybus, at present Vicar of Alexandra Park (2006), is to retire on 31 May 2021.

Staff changes at the London Diocesan Fund

Farewell from the LDF

Heidi Cormell РPA to Bishop of Kensington 

Jill Davis – HR Advisor

Welcome to the LDF

Nick Leach started, Repairs Manager, Operational housing Team, based at Causton Street (out of lockdown).

 

 


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