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The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline. A thousand men and women are being ordained to minister in the Church of England this summer. The ordinands include Alasdair Kay, a former French Foreign Legion para-commando who found faith in the army, and Christian Mitchell, who was previously a racecourse manager before feeling called to the ministry. Kay will be keeping his feet on solid ground in his new posting as a curate in the Walbrook Epiphany Team Ministry in Normanton, in Derby Diocese.
Mitchell, who will be ordained deacon in Chichester Diocese, worked at Aintree Racecourse assisting two Grand Nationals before moving on to Newmarket Racecourses where he spent nine years as operations manager. The total numbers of those preparing to be ordained is 962, made up of 488 deacons, who have just completed their ministerial training, and 474 priests. The Church of England and new ordinands will be tweeting about the ordinations using the hashtag #NewRevs. The Bishop of Sheffield, Steven Croft, Chair of the Church of England’s Ministry Council, said: “The ordination of nearly a thousand new deacons and priests in this season is a remarkable gift to both the Church and our nation.


Taylor says she has always enjoyed helping people to meet with God and learn about him, and she is especially enthusiastic about the opportunities to do that through social media. Actuary and former banking executive Chris Sutton is being ordained in the Diocese of Chichester and will be starting a curacy in St Mary’s Slaugham and St Mark’s Staplefield.
The 70-year-old presenter is reported to have had the procedure at a hospital last month in a bid to save her hearing. In the Diocese of Durham, new deacons include 49-year-old police officer the Reverend Kevin Kitson, who will be curate of Durham North Team Ministry, and 36-year-old Reverend Bryony Taylor, who will take up a curacy at Houghton-Le-Spring. A source told The Sun on Sunday's Andy Halls: 'Cilla had started to lose hearing in he right ear and it was becoming more and more noticeable.



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