Crosby church once rocked by 'bullying and drink' row looking for new vicar

Crosby church once rocked by 'bullying and drink' row looking for new vicar
 

A Merseyside church that was rocked by a ‘bullying’ row is looking for a new vicar.
Father Simon Tibbs left St Faith’s in Crosby in September 2013 amid claims he was bullied.
Two church wardens later resigned and Revd Susan Lucas was drafted in as a replacement, but she has since moved onto a new parish in London.
St Faith’s, which lays in the village of Great Crosby, is now looking to appoint a new vicar.
In December 2013 an Episcopal Visitation Report by Bishop Stephen Lowe revealed the full extent of the simmering factions and divisions that lay beneath the church’s exterior.
The report... read more

 
11 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 35
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