Please find below profiles of all our new deacons in 2023!
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Amy Berry will be serving in Keighley Parish in the Episcopal area of Bradford. For the last two years, she has been in full time contextual training for Ordination at St Hild College where she studied for a Graduate Diploma in Theology, Ministry and Mission.
Stasi Tregartha will be serving in the Benefice of the Lower Swale after training for ordination at Cranmer Hall, Durham.
Andrew will serve as Assistant Curate at Leeds Minster, following training for ordination at St Augustine’s College of Theology.
Charles will be serving his curacy at the benefice of Allerton Bywater, Kippax and Swillington, Leeds, after training at St. Hilds in Mirfield.
Daniel Furlong looks forward to serving his curacy across St John the Baptist Clayton, St Peters & St Francis Allerton, St Saviours Fairweather Green and St James Thornton and the new friends he will make there. He trained for ministry at St Hilds as a Full-Time Contextual Ordinand, allowing him to grow and learn in the parish of Girlington, Heaton and Manningham.
Denise will be serving her curacy in the United Benefice of St Peters Gildersome and St Paul’s Drighlington after a 3 year part-time pathway of study at St Hild, Mirfield where she has been working towards an MA in Theology, Ministry and Mission.
Duncan Milwain will be serving in the parish of Bradford St. Peter in the benefice of Bradford Cathedral in the episcopal area of Bradford. He has been training for ordination at St. Hild College where he is currently studying for an MA in Theology, Ministry and Mission.
Emma Halliwell will be serving in the parishes of Christ Church, Skipton and St Mary the Virgin, Carleton in the Leeds diocese. She has been training part-time for ordination at St Hild College where she read for a MA in Theology, Ministry and Mission and also served as the national Chair of the Ordinands' Association.
Graeme will serve in the Mirfield Team Parish after completing his MA in Theology, Mission and Ministry at St Hild.
Helen Jones will serve as assistant curate in the parish of Holy Trinity, Huddersfield, in the Leeds diocese. Helen will be a part-time, self-supporting minister, serving her curacy alongside her work in the NHS. She has trained for ordination at St Hild College, Mirfield, for the last three years, where she studied for a higher education diploma in Theology, Ministry and Mission.