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/ 25 June 2018

New Bishop’s Adviser for Healthcare Chaplaincy

Tony Kyriakides has been appointed by the Bishop of London as her new Adviser for Healthcare Chaplaincy.

The role involves ensuring the pastoral and spiritual support of the Bishops for those ministering as healthcare Chaplains, both lay and ordained, as well as enabling them to play as full a part in the life of the diocese as their responsibilities and commitments allow.

Currently Chaplain to the Marie Curie Hospice in Hampstead, Tony brings a wealth of experience to the role.

Tony said:

“I am especially delighted to accept Bishop Sarah’s invitation to be her Adviser for Healthcare Chaplaincy knowing how much she has valued and supported this ministry over many years.”

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