|THE NEW ARCHBISHOP OF WALES, THE MOST REV JOHN DAVIES LICENSED THE NEW CHRIST COLLEGE CHAPLAIN AT BRECON CATHEDRAL.|
The new Archbishop of Wales, The Most Rev John Davies Licensed The Rev Richard Allen as the new Chaplain at Christ College at a service of Evensong at Brecon Cathedral on Sunday 10th September.
Christ College’s new Head, Mr Gareth Pearson, presented the Chaplain to the Archbishop.
A number of Christ College staff and pupils also sang in the Cathedral choir for the afternoon.
Richard, along with his wife Harriet, joined the college in September. Richard is teaching RS and helping with games and Harriet is teaching in St Nicholas House, Christ College’s junior section. They previously served at Millfield and prior to that Richard was rector of Christ Church, Exmouth.
All members of the Christ College community warmly welcome Richard and Harriet to our friendly Christ College family and we are already enjoying his enthusiastic preaching during morning chapel services.
Pictured with Richard in the bottom photo is Assistant Diocesan Registrar, and Old Breconian, Mr James Davenport of Red Kite Solicitors.
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