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 History - Secretaries - David Phillips

David Phillips was Secretary of Church Society from 1998 to 2011.

David Keith Phillips had previously been Curate at St. James, Carlisle and Minister-in-Charge of St. Savoiur's Chadderton. As a Proctor in Convocation for Manchester Diocese(ie General Synod member) he also served on the Communion Services Revision Committee. Whilst at Church Society he was again a member of General Synod for a while and served on the Appointments Committee and the Clergy Terms of Service Implementation Panel. David provided much of the initial content for the Church Society website and programmed a number of the features. After nearly 13 years in post he is the longest serving Secretary of the Society.

In the summer of 2011 he left to become Vicar of St. James, Chorley (Lancs) in Blackburn Diocese.

Editor of Cross†Way 1998-2011.

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