Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Who picks Dr Williams' successor? That list in full......

This past week the Church of England published the full list of members of the Crown Nominations Commission, which provides the Prime Minister with a first and second choice of candidate for the role of Archbishop of Canterbury.

Below is the full list of the commission.

Chair - the Rt Hon the Lord Luce KG, GCVO
 
The Reverend Canon Clare Edwards, elected from the Diocese of Canterbury by their Vacancy in See Committee

Mr Aiden Hargreaves-Smith - Diocese of London - elected by General Synod to serve as member of the Commission for a five year period

Mr Raymond Harris, elected from the Diocese of Canterbury by their Vacancy in See Committee

Professor Glynn Harrison - Diocese of Bristol - elected by General Synod to serve as member of the Commission for a five year period

Mrs Mary Johnston - Diocese of London - elected by General Synod to serve as member of the Commission for a five year period

Mr David Kemp, elected from the Diocese of Canterbury by their Vacancy in See Committee

The Most Revd Dr Barry Morgan, Primate of The Church in Wales, elected by the Standing Committee of the Anglican Communion

The Rt Revd James Newcome, the Bishop of Carlisle - elected by House of Bishops

The Very Revd Andrew Nunn - Diocese of Southwark - elected by General Synod to serve as member of the Commission for a five year period

The Rt Revd Michael Perham, the Bishop of Gloucester - elected by House of Bishops

The Reverend Canon Mark Roberts, elected from the Diocese of Canterbury by their Vacancy in See Committee

Mrs Caroline Spencer, elected from the Diocese of Canterbury by their Vacancy in See Committee

The Revd Canon Peter Spiers - Diocese of Liverpool - elected by General Synod to serve as member of the Commission for a five year period

The Revd Canon Glyn Webster - Diocese of York - elected by General Synod to serve as members of the Commission for a five year period

The Right Reverend Trevor Willmott, elected from the Diocese of Canterbury by their Vacancy in See Committee

In addition, the Archbishops' Secretary for Appointments( Ms Caroline Boddington), the Prime Minister's Appointments Secretary (Sir Paul Britton) and the Secretary General of the Anglican Communion (Revd Canon Kenneth Kearon) are non-voting members of the Commission

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