Furthering Ecumenical Cooperation within Leicester and Leicestershire
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1 Rt Revd Bishop Martyn Snow, Bishop of Leicester Anglican Diocese of Leicester bishop.leicester@leccofe.org
Bishops Chaplain: Rev Rosie Woodall chaplain.leicester@leccofe.org
Bishop's PA: Rachel Radford rachel.radford@leccofe.org
2. Rt Revd Guli Francis Deehqani, Bishop of Loughborough bishoploughborough@leccofe.org
Bishop's PA: Peter Collett peter.collett@leccofe.org
3. Rt Revd Mgr Patrick McKinney, Bishop of Nottingham patrickmckinney1954@gmail.com
 Secretary to the RC Bishop of Nottingham: Catherine Campbell bishsec
4. Moderator, Revd Peter Meek. URC modurc
PA Hannah Willey modpaurc
5. Regional Minister,  Revd Mark Clay mclay.emba@gmail.com
6. Revd Canon Helen Cameron: Methodist: Chair of Northampton District  helen.cameron.d23@gmail.com
7. Major Martin Hill:  Salvation Army East Midlands Divisional Commander
martin.hill@salvation army.org.uk
8. Mr. Michael Hockaday. The Congregational Federation steamypilot2@gmail.com
9.The Society of Friends 
10. Mrs Marlies Adam. The Lutheran Church of Great Britain marlies
11.  Revd Loraine Mellor. Methodist. Chair of Nottingham and Derby District chair
PA Cheryl Smith pameth
12. Revd Enoch Adjewi , Pentecost UK enochadjewi@yahoo.co.uk

(Nottingham and Derby District covers the NE and NW part of the County).

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church leaders 2017

Church Leaders meeting 3rd April 2017

Picture left to right as follows:
Major Ian Mountford, The Salvation Army.
Revd Mark Clay, Regional Minister, East Midlands Baptist Association.
Revd Peter Hancock, Chair of the Northampton Methodist District.
Mr Michael Hockaday, Congregational Federation.
Revd Peter Meek, Moderator of the URC East Midlands Synod.
Rt Revd Bishop Martyn Snow, Bishop of Leicester Anglican Diocese of Leicester
Rt Revd Patrick McKinney, Bishop of Nottingham, Catholic Diocese of Nottingham
Major Russell Wyles, East Midlands Divisional Commander, The Salvation Army.

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The Bill Snelsdon Young Ecumenists Fund is now open for applications.

A new fund which will help young adults – aged 18 to 35 – to experience ecumenism outside England is now open for applications. This experience can be study, pilgrimage, volunteering, or any activity that promotes church unity.



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