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COUNCILS AND SYNODS

Councils and Synods of the Medieval Church

NYE, William James (born 1966), Secretary-General, Archbishop’s Council and General Synod of the Church of England, since 2015

FITTALL, William Robert (born 1953), Secretary-General, Archbishop’s Council and General Synod of the Church of England, 2002–15

LETT, Henry William (1838 - 1920), Rector of Aghaderg, Co. Down, since 1886; Chancellor of Dromore Cathedral; Rural Dean and Member of the Diocesan Council and General Synod of the Church of Ireland

McGREGOR, Alexander Scott (born 1972), Deputy Legal Adviser to the Archbishops’ Council and the General Synod, since 2009; Chancellor, Diocese of Oxford, since 2013

RANDLES, Marshall (1826 - 1904), Wesleyan Minister; Tutor in Systematic Theology, Didsbury College for Training of Ministers, 1886–1902; Chairman Manchester District and Synod, Wesleyan Methodist Church for many years till 1902; President Wesleyan Conference, 1896–97; President Manchester, Salford and District Evangelical Free Church Council, 1898–99; member of Council of Governors, The John Rylands Library

SLACK, Stephen (born 1954), Head, Legal Office of the Church of England and Chief Legal Adviser to the Archbishops’ Council, since 2001; Chief Legal Adviser and Registrar, General Synod of the Church of England, since 2001; Joint Registrar of the Provinces of Canterbury and York, since 2001; Official Solicitor to the Church Commissioners, since 2009

MEREDITH, James Creed (1842 - 1912), Secretary, Royal University of Ireland, 1880–1909; Deputy Grand Master of Freemasons of Ireland, 1897–1911; a Member of Representative Body of Church of Ireland, and one of Hon. Secretaries of its General Synod; sometime Member of Academic Council of University of Dublin

 

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