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Monday, 7 May 2012

Two New Readers in Aquitaine: Sheila Marshall and Sue Blomley

Archdeacon Ken Letts in Aquitaine. (Photo: Anglican Chaplaincy in Aquitaine)
On 22 April, two new Readers were admitted and licensed in the Anglican parish of the Aquitaine by the Archdeacon of France, the Venerable Ken Letts (above). It involved quite some travel for Fr Ken, and the members of the parish, as the pastoral area is larger than Wales! Sue Blomley was admitted and licensed in the Church in Menteton in the morning, and Sheila Marshall in the Church in Bertric Burée in the evening. 

We welcome Sue and Sheila to the fellowship of Readers in this diocese and wish them God's blessing on their work as part of the ministry team in Aquitaine, headed by the Chaplain, the Revd Paul Vrolijk. 

More information about this extensive work can be found on the chaplaincy website here

Sheila Marshall, Archdeacon Letts, Sue Blomley (Photo: Anglican Chaplaincy in Aquitaine)

1 comment:

  1. Greetings from the Scottish Episcopal Church of St Ninian, Glasgow, and congratulations to Sheila and Sue.
    Graham Vahey.