17 new priests and deacons ordained in Norwich
Some 17 candidates were ordained as priests and deacons in the Diocese of Norwich at a service at Norwich Anglican Cathedral on Saturday June 30.
Those who were presented to the Bishop of Norwich and ordained as deacons were:
- Joshua Bell: Trained at Westcott House, Cambridge, to serve at All Saints, South Lynn
- Helen Budd: Trained at Ripon College Cuddesdon, to serve in the Great Yarmouth Team Ministry
- Rachel Foster: Trained at Eastern Regions Ministry Course, to serve in the Poringland Benefice
- Louisa Pittman: Trained at Westcott House, Cambridge, to serve at Wymondham with Spooner Row
- Laura Purnell: Trained at Ridley Hall, Cambridge, to serve at St Faith's, Gaywood
- Angela Rayner: Trained at Westcott House, Cambridge, to serve at King's Lynn Minster
- Isaac Sibanda: Trained at Cranmer Hall, Durham, to serve at St Francis, Heartsease
- Samuel Thorp: Trained at Cranmer Hall, Durham, to serve in the Diss Team Ministry
- Shawn Tomlinson: Trained at Eastern Regions Ministry Course, to serve at Christ Church, Eaton
Those who were presented to the Bishop of Norwich and ordained as priests were:
- Miriam Fife: Serving in the Launditch & The Upper Nar Team Ministry
- Philip Harvey: Serving at Sprowston with Beeston St Andrew
- Alex Irving: Serving at Norwich, St Stephen
- Graham Kirk-Spriggs: Serving at Norwich, St Peter Mancroft
- Lyn Marsh: Serving in the Venta Group
- Daniel Tansey: Serving in the Church in the Woottons
- Sally Wallace-Jones: Serving in the High Oak and Hingham Benefice
- Andrew Woodman: Serving in the Mitre Benefice
Also ordained by the Bishop of Maidstone at Christ Church, Lowestoft was: Jonathan Carter, serving at Christ Church, Lowestoft.
Pictured top are the new deacons and, above, the newly-ordained priests.
Read more at: www.dioceseofnorwich.org/article?id=3765
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