The announcement from Downing Street came as Dr Munro visited All Soul’s, Langham Place, in central London, where the journey towards his new role began in 1985. He had his first job as a part-time teaching assistant at the attached All Souls Primary school while studying Applied Theology there. More details are available from the
Rachel Lickiss has been Rod’s PA right from the start, but decided to step down shortly after Rod’s retirement. For many, Rachel has been much more than a PA. She has been the ‘go to’ person for advice; she has developed all the administrative systems on which the Maidstone office now relies; she has organised
Bishop Rod’s retirement on 2nd October 2022 was marked by a service of thanksgiving held at Oak Hill College on 1st October. The service included reflections on Bishop Rod’s ministry from the Bishop of London, Sarah Mullally and from Johnny Juckes, Principal of Oak Hill College. Rod preached on Ephesians 1: 15-23 as well as
Bishop Rod travelled to Germany to take a confirmation at Leipzig English Church on Sunday 18th September. He is pictured here with Ministers from the church and the candidates.
Sam was licensed at a service on 3rd Sept. Bishop Rod preached on 1 Timothy 4: 6-16.
Bishop Rod returned to take a further confirmation at St Andrew’s Bostall Heath. Four people were confirmed. Bishop Rod is pictured here with one of them, Rob, and his family. Rob said ” All this time God had been calling me and I heard Him now”.
Bishop Rod took a confirmation at Holy Redeemer Church on 3rd July. He is pictured here with the candidates.
Bishop Rod has recently ordained in Lichfield Diocese: Iain Lingwood and Scott Seivewright, both as Presbyter and Sheffield Diocese: Rob Mullock as Deacon. He will be ordaining in Southwark and London Dioceses in July and in Rochester Diocese in September. Bishop Rod is pictured here at the ordination held at Sheffield Cathedral on Sunday 26th
Bishop Rod has been holding a series of 5 regional meetings around the country under the title: Future Flourishing. Topics included a review of Rod’s ministry over 7 years, and a session led by Church Society on Women in Ministry. The meetings will have been attended by around 260 delegates.
Bishop Rod attended the opening of the new building at Dundonald on 6th March and gave a Bishop’s Charge, challenging the congregation to proclaim the gospel. Pictured here is the new church auditorium.