Resignations and retirements

02 March 2018

ARTHUR. The Revd Graeme Arthur, Rector of Westcote Barton with Steeple Barton, Duns Tew and Sandford St Martin and Over with Nether Worton (Oxford).

CALLAN. The Very Revd Wendy Callan, Team Vicar in the Claydons and Swan Team Ministry (Oxford).

CUNNINGHAM. The Revd Philip Cunningham, Vicar of St Nicholas’s, Gosforth, and Hon. Canon of Newcastle Cathedral (Newcastle): 30 September.

EVANS. The Revd David Evans, Vicar of St Christopher’s, Walworth, and Warden of Pembroke College Mission (Southwark): 30 April.

FREEMAN. The Revd Karen Freeman, Priest-in-Charge of Christ Church, Birkenhead (Chester): 31 May.

FREESTONE. The Revd Anne Freestone, Chaplain of Castle Howard (York): 31 March.

GLASSPOOL. The Revd John Glasspool, Chaplain of the Surrey & Sussex NHS Healthcare Trust (Southwark).

GURR. The Revd Mary Gurr, Chaplain of Pipers Corner School, remaining Chaplain to the Homeless in Oxford (Oxford).

HOARE. The Revd Valerie Hoare, Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Ilminster and Whitelackington (Bath & Wells): 2 April.

JAMES. The Revd Susikaran James, Priest-in-Charge of St Simon’s, Southsea (Portsmouth).

LAMB. The Revd Dr David Lamb, Vicar of Ashton Hayes (Chester): 30 April.

McCORMACK. The Revd Lesley McCormack, NS Assistant Curate (Assistant Priest) of St Peter and St Paul with St Michael and All Angels, Kettering, Oakham Archdeaconry Officer for Self-Supporting Ministry, and Hon. Canon of Peterborough Cathedral (Peterborough): 2 July.

MOORSOM. The Revd Christopher Moorsom, Precentor and Canon Residentiary of Derby Cathedral (Derby): 18 May.

NEEDHAM. The Revd Marian Needham, NS Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Chase (Oxford).

ROGERS. The Revd John Rogers, Rector of St Michael’s, Tilehurst (Oxford).

ROULSTON. The Revd Helena Roulston, Assistant Curate of St Chad’s, Over (Chester).

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