By Haddenham Webteam - 29th November 2020 6:00pm
A new Rector has been appointed for the Wychert Vale Benefice, which embraces the churches of St Mary's in Haddenham, St Nicholas in Cuddington, St Peter & Paul in Dinton, St Nicholas in Kingsey, St Michael & All Angels in Aston Sandfordand St John the Baptist in Stone
The churchwardens are pleased to announce that the Revd Cassa Messervy has been formally offered the position of rector of our benefice by the Bishop of Buckingham.
Cassa is presently vicar of Holy Trinity Church, Seer Green and Jordans and Assistant Area Dean, Amersham Deanery.
She will join us in Spring 2021.
A new phase in the life of our Benefice is beginning which no doubt will be exciting and challenging as God leads us forward.
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