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Thursday, 23 May 2013

Petertide Ordinations 2013

Doreen Cage, John Barker, Richard Gardiner, Matthias Grebe
With great joy I announce the following persons are to be ordained this Petertide (God willing):

Sacred Order of Deacon

By Bishop Geoffrey on Saturday, 29 June, in the Pro-Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, Brussels at 2.30 pm:
Mr Richard Gardiner (to serve as assistant curate, St Boniface, Bonn and All Saints, Cologne)
Mr Matthias Grebe (to serve as assistant curate, St Boniface, Bonn and All Saints, Cologne)
Ms Doreen Cage (to serve as assistant curate, St George’s, M├ílaga)
Mr John Barker (to serve as assistant curate, Christ Church, Vienna with responsibility for Yerevan)
The street address for Holy Trinity is: 29 rue Capitaine Crespel, 1050 Brussels, Belgium. For further details please contact the Revd Canon Dr Robert Innes on +32 2 511 71 83, or email: chaplain@holytrinity.be
Liturgical colour: White

Sacred Order of Priest

By Bishop Edward Holland as Archbishop of Canterbury’s Episcopal Commissary on Sunday 30 June in All Saints, Rome at 10.30 am:
The Revd Dana English (assistant curate of All Saints, Rome)
The Revd Dr Mary Styles (assistant curate of All Saints, Rome)
The street address for All Saints is Via del Babuino 153, 00187 Rome, Italy.  For further details please contact the Venerable Jonathan Boardman on +39 06 3600 1881 or email: office@allsaintsrome.org
Liturgical colour: White
All are warmly invited to attend these celebrations.

Clergy and Readers are invited to robe and join in procession. Priests of the Church of England or of a Church in communion are invited to join in the laying on of hands at the ordination of priests. Please plan to arrive at least ½ hour before the appointed service time.

Please announce these ordinations in your churches so that the candidates can be upheld in the prayers of the members of our congregations as they make their final preparations towards ordination as deacon or priest.


The Revd Dr Mary Styles, The Revd Dana English

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