Clergy Comings and Goings

Brian and Peggy Ludlow
Brian and Peggy Ludlow

The Revds Brian and Peggy Ludlow were jointly appointed Associate Minister in January

A look back at the comings and goings in the last three months.

 

November 2020

The Revd Howard Robson was appointed Team Rector, Cottesloe Benefice; The Revd Dr Marion Wood resigned from the post of Rector, Shaw cum Donnington St Mary; The Revd Kevin Colyer was appointed Assistant Curate, Bray with Braywood St Michael; The Revd Ruth Atkinson was appointed Priest in Charge, Penn Street and Holmer Green; The Revd Dr Andrew Krauss was appointed Team Vicar, Cheddington with Mentmore; The Revd Petra Elsmore was appointed Team Vicar, Schorne Benefice (post made permanent); The Revd Paul Bolton was appointed Associate Minister for Children and Families, St Ebbe’s, Headington; The Revd Paul Richardson was appointed Associate Minister, Shrivenham & Ashbury.

We were sad to hear of the death of The Revd Professor Erik Fudge.

 

December 2020

The Revd Susan Lepp was appointed Priest in Charge, Hambleden Valley Benefice; The Revd Paul Henderson was appointed Associate Minister, Chalfont St Giles, Seer Green and Jordans; The Revd Canon Dr Andrew Bunch, The Revd Canon Charles Cleverly, The Revd Canon Julie Ramsbottom and The Revd Canon John Edwards were installed as Canons Emeritus at Christ Church Cathedral.

We were sad to hear of the death of The Revd Thomas Mordecai.

 

January 2021

The Revd Neil Bowler was appointed Rector, Wykeham; The Revd Brian Ludlow and The Revd Margaret (Peggy) Ludlow were jointly appointed Associate Minister, Chenies and Little Chalfont, Latimer and Flaunden; The Revd Canon Dr Andrew Bunch retired from the post of  Vicar of Oxford St Giles and St Philip and St James with St Margaret; The Revd Maureen Turner was appointed Vicar, Great Coxwell with Buscott, Coleshill and Eaton Hastings.

We were sad to hear of the death of The Revd Sister Barbara Kirby.

 

Someone missing from this list?

Please note that we do not circulate details of all clergy appointments – just the majority of them.