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Susanna is Bishop of Norwich's new chaplain 

The Bishop of Norwich has announced that Rev Susanna Gunner is to become Bishop’s Chaplain in June.

Bishop Graham said: “Following the appointment of Rev James Stewart as Rector of Thorpe St Andrew I have appointed the Rev Susanna Gunner as his successor as my chaplain.  Many of you will know Susanna from her time as the Lay Development Co-ordinator in the Diocese.  She knows the Diocese well and that will be a great help to her and to me in her new ministry. 

“Susanna will be licensed in Norwich Cathedral on Saturday July 30 at 3.30pm.  Anyone who wishes to come to that service (at which the choir of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle, Australia are singing) will be very welcome.

“Susanna expects to begin work in the office here in June and I am sure many will join with me in wishing her well and praying for her.”

Pictured above is Rev Susanna Gunner.

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