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New Dean of Exeter Cathedral announced

Posted: 19th September, 2017

The 71st Dean of Exeter Cathedral is to be the Very Reverend Jonathan Greener, currently the Dean of Wakefield Cathedral in the Diocese of Leeds, Downing Street has announced today. Jonathan will take up his new role at the end of November, on the Sunday before Advent. He succeeds the Very Rev Jonathan Draper, who resigned at the end of August. As Dean of Wakefield, Jonathan carried out the most complete makeover of any Cathedral…

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Bishop Sarah’s September letter to the diocese

Posted: 31st August, 2017

Bishop Sarah records her September letter to the diocese. The text of the letter is printed in the September 2017 issue of the Church of England Devon magazine.

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Archdeacon of Totnes August Letter 2017

Posted: 2nd August, 2017

The Venerable Douglas Dettmer Archdeacon of Totnes records his August letter to the Diocese. The text of the letter is printed in the August 2017 issue of the Church of England Devon magazine.

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Anna Norman-Walker July Letter 2017

Posted: 3rd July, 2017

Anna Norman-Walker records her July letter to the diocese. The text of the letter is printed in the July 2017 issue of the Church of England Devon magazine.

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Bishop Nick’s June letter to the diocese

Posted: 8th June, 2017

Bishop Nick records his June letter to the diocese. The text of the letter is printed in the June 2017 issue of the Church of England Devon magazine.

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Bishop Sarah praying on the streets of Exmouth

Posted: 26th May, 2017

Bishop Sarah has been out and about in Exmouth praying for people and listening to their concerns. She met passengers on the train, staff and customers in M&S and in cafes along the Strand, before visiting Beacon School and meeting teachers and pupils. As part of Thy Kingdom Come, churches across Devon are opening their doors for prayer, and all prayers will be collected and brought to Exeter Cathedral for a special event on Sunday…

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