The Bishop announces ...the death of The Revd Diana Fisher who had Permission to Officiate and was the retired Rector of Hallaton with Horninghold and Allexton, Tugby and East Norton and Slawston. ...the appointment of The Revd Bonnie Evans-Hills Assistant Curate, the Oadby Team Ministry ...the death of The Revd Canon Norman Crowe, former Vicar of St Dionysius. ...the appointment of The Revd Vince Jupp Rector of the Parish of Birstall and Wanlip ...the appointment of Mads Morgan as Youth Ministry Officer for the Diocese, working out of the Mission and Ministry Department. ...the appointment of The Revd Jerry Taylor as the new Mission Partnership Convenor for the Enderby and Thurlaston Mission Partnership.
New Years Hounours Following the publication of the New Year’s Honours list congratulations are in order for: The Reverend Canon Andrew Wingate who receives an OBE for inter-faith relations and to the community in Leicester. Andrew retired during 2010 as the founding director of St Philip’s Centre and the Director of Interfaith. Revd Canon Dr John Hall, the present Director of St Philip’s Centre said, “Andrew’s recognition is well deserved. He was the tireless driving force and visionary inspiration behind the creation of
... the appointment of The Revd David McDonough, Rector of Anstey and Thurcaston with Cropston. Collation Tuesday 15 February at 7.30pm by Bishop Tim at All Saints’ Church, Thurcaston ...that The Revd Lesley Butler has resigned from her Curacy in the Benefice of Emmanuel Loughborough and St Mary in Charnwood, with immediate effect. ...the appointment of The Revd Pete Hobson as Director of St Martins House. ... the appointment of The Revd Christine Coldicott, as NSM Assistant Priest in The Fosse Team Benefice. Licensing on Sunday 6 February at 6.30 pm at St Peter and St Paul, Syston. The retirement of The Revd Ken Baker on January 31st
St Philip’s Centre which is now a leading centre nationally and internationally for interfaith dialogue and action. Throughout his ministry as a Priest in the Church of England, Andrew endeavoured to build good relationships with other faith communities and I’m sure everyone who has worked with Andrew would join me in my congratulations”. Dr David Wilson, from Lowesby, who receives a CBE for his services to young people. David is an Honorary Canon and a major benefactor of Leicester Cathedral having funded the building of the Visitor Centre and provided very significant funding for the St Martin’s House refurbishment.
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