Priest Nick heads north
6:00pm Saturday 12th January 2013 in News
THE Rev Nick Brown is looking forward to starting his new role in Lincolnshire this weekend, after saying his farewells to the people of Warminster in a service on December 29.
Rev Brown was assistant priest at the Minster Church for three-and-a-half years, working as part of a team of six ordained ministers and 11 lay pastoral assistants.
The 36-year-old, who was ordained in Salisbury Cathedral in 2009, has now moved with his wife Lucy and children, two-year-old Ben and four-month-old Ollie, to take up the post of priest-in-charge of the Team Parish of Louth.
He said: “I have really enjoyed my time in Warminster, I have met many wonderful people in the town and its surrounding villages and I was also part of the 3 Yorks remembrance services, which were very important events during my time at the Minster.”
Rector of the Minster the Rev Harvey Gibbons said: “Nick will be missed by his fellow colleagues and everyone in Warminster. We will miss his efficiency and sense of humour.”
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