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/ 25 January 2013

Clergy moves January 2013

Into the Diocese

The Revd Andrew Teather, Curate at City Parish, Diocese of Blackburn, is to be: Incumbent of St Matthew, Willesden (2110) from 19 April.

Within the Diocese

The Revd Richard Bastable, Curate at Guild Church of St Andrew, Holborn (0125), is to be Incumbent of St Luke, Hammersmith (0815), Diocese of London, from 3 April.

The Revd Paul Bagott, Incumbent of Our Most Holy Redeemer and St Mark, Clerkenwell (0630 and 0632), is to be Priest in Charge of St Cuthbert, Philbeach Gardens (1207), Diocese of London, from 20 March.

The Revd Mark Dean, SSM Curate at All Hallows, Greenford (2303), is to be Chaplain at University of the Arts (0395).

Out of the Diocese

The Revd Prebendary Antony Kyriakides-Yeldham, Chaplain at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, has resigned.

The Revd Nicholas Papadopulos, Incumbent of St Peter, Eaton (0318), is to be Canon Treasurer, Canterbury Cathedral, Diocese of Canterbury, from 10 March.

The Revd John Pritchard, Curate at All Saints Margaret Street (0402), is to be Priest in Charge of St John the Evangelist, Upper Norwood, Diocese of Southwark, from 11 March.

The Revd Patricia Taylor, SSM Curate at St John the Evangelist, Upper Holloway (0622), is now Associate minister to St Michael, Southfields with St Stephen, Putney, Diocese of Southwark.

The Revd Prebendary David Paton, Master of the Royal Foundation of St Katherine (0796), retired on 30 September 2012.

The Revd Rod Cosh, Incumbent of the Parish of Staines (1307), is to be Area Dean of Burnham and Slough, Diocese of Oxford, from 11 February.

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