The Bishop, the Suffragan Bishop, the Suffragan Bishop's Chaplain, the Director of Training, the Diocesan Director of Ordinands and the Senior Tutor and Adviser for Reader Ministry form the Ministry Team, which meets several times a year to co-ordinate and support all who carry major responsibilities at the diocesan level for ministry, vocations and training.
The Revd Canon William Gulliford
The heart of the work of the DDO is to act for the Bishop on the assessment of postulants for Holy Orders and to provide oversight of the candidates during their training. The principal duties of the DDO include:
The DDO is a half-time position, based in London. Postal contact via the Diocesan Office
The Revd Canon Ulla Monberg
The heart of the work of the Director of Ministerial Development is to support training programmes for laity and the recently ordained, and to advise the bishops on matters related to Continuing Ministerial Education. The principal duties include:
The Director of Ministerial Development is a full-time position, based in Continental Europe.
Contact information for Canon Ulla Monberg is as follows:Borgmester Jensens Alle 9, 2th,
The Revd Elaine Labourel: also Diocesan Reader Selector
4 avenue de Savigny
91700 Ste Genevieve des Bois
Dr. Clare Amos
Dr Amos joined the Ministry Team in Autumn 2016
This part-time post provides administrative support to the DDO, the Director of Training and limited support to the Warden of Readers.
Contact at the Diocesan Office.
The Rt Revd David Hamid
The Warden of Readers is appointed by the Bishop to have overall responsibility and oversight for the ministry of readers in the diocese.
Reader Ministry in the Church of England (external link)
Other key individuals are appointed by the Bishop to assist, in an honorary capacity, the members of the Ministry Team in its tasks.
Appointed to assist the DDO in the assessment of postulants for Holy Orders, and to assist the Warden of Readers in the assessment of candidates for Reader Ministry.
Appointed to liaise with chaplains in encouraging vocations to ministry, whether lay, religious or ordained.
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