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Archdeacon of Birmingham

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Archdeacon of Birmingham is a senior ecclesiastical officer within the Diocese of Birmingham.

The archdeaconry was created within the Diocese of Worcester by Order-in-Council on 12 August 1892 (substantially from the Archdeaconry of Coventry but also from a small part of the Worcester archdeaconry)[1] but became part of the new Diocese of Birmingham upon its creation by Order-in-Council on 13 January 1905.[2]

The Archdeacon is responsible for the disciplinary supervision of the clergy[3] within the archdeaconry's six deaneries: Edgbaston; Handsworth and Central; Kings Norton; Moseley; Shirley; and Warley.

The current archdeacon, since 2019, is Jenny Tomlinson.[4]

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The archdeaconry was transferred from the diocese of Worcester to the newly created diocese of Birmingham by Order-in-Council on 13 January 1905.[2]

References

  1. ^ "No. 26316". The London Gazette. 12 August 1892. pp. 4569–4582.
  2. ^ a b "No. 27754". The London Gazette. 13 January 1905. pp. 311–312.
  3. ^ "ABCD: a basic church dictionary" Meakin, T: Norwich, Canterbury Press, 2001 ISBN 978-1-85311-420-5
  4. ^ "Jenny Tomlinson announced as new Archdeacon of Birmingham - The Church of England - Birmingham". www.cofebirmingham.com. Retrieved 2019-02-16.
  5. ^ "Allen Collection". Mundus. Retrieved 17 June 2012.
  6. ^ Birmingham Post – Archdeacon to retire after 40 years of service
  7. ^ "The Ven the Archdeacon of Birmingham". Debretts. Retrieved 17 June 2012.
  8. ^ http://www.cofebirmingham.com/news/2018/11/13/announcement-interim-archdeacon-birmingham/
  9. ^ https://www.churchtimes.co.uk/articles/2019/26-april/gazette/resignations/resignations-and-retirements
  10. ^ [1] &amp [2]
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