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Hawtin, Rt Rev. David Christopher locked

Born 7 June 1943 m 1968, Elizabeth Ann (née Uden) (d 2010); one s two d

Bishop Suffragan of Repton, 1999–2006; an Assistant Bishop, Diocese of Sheffield, since 2007

Education

King Edward VII Sch., Lytham St Annes; Keble Coll., Oxford (BA 1965; MA 1970); William Temple Coll., Rugby; Cuddesdon Coll., Oxford

Career

Ordained deacon, 1967, priest 1968; Curate: St Thomas, Pennywell, Sunderland, 1967–71; St Peter’s, Stockton, 1971–74; Priest in charge, St Andrew’s, Leam Lane, Gateshead, 1974–79; Rector, Washington (incl. LEP), 1979–88; Diocesan Ecumenical Officer, Durham, 1988–92; Archdeacon of Newark, 1992–99. Gen. Synod Rep. for E Midlands Ministry Trng Course, 1997–99. Member: Gen. Synod, 1983–99 (Mem., Bd for Mission and Unity, 1986–91); BCC, 1987–90; Churches Together in England, 1990–2006 (Enabling Gp, 1991–99; Dep. Moderator, CTE Forum, 1995–99); Council of Churches for Britain and Ireland, 1990–2006; Chairman: Diocesan Bd of Educn, Southwell, 1993–99; E Midlands Consortium for Educn and Trng for Ministry, 1996–2001; Derby Diocesan Council for Mission and Unity, 1999–2001; Derby Diocesan Pastoral Cttee, 1999–2006; E Midlands Ministry Trng Course, 2002–06. Churches Project Co-ordinator, Nat. Garden Fest., Gateshead, 1988–91. Local Unity Advr, Durham Ecumenical Relations Gp, 1991–92; Consultant: Council for Christian Unity, 1991–96; Methodist/Anglican Panel for Unity in Mission, 2009–15; Member: CCU Local Unity Panel, 1999–2009 (Chm., 2003–06); Churches Together in England Gp for Local Unity, 2001–06. Member: N Notts and N Derbys Coalfield Alliance Bd, 1999–2003; Derbys Partnership, 2001

Address

162 Greenhill Avenue, Greenhill, Sheffield S8 7TF