Vicar

 

Fr Mark McAulay SSC

 

Curate

 

Fr Thomas Crowley

 

Honorary Associate Clergy

 

The Revd
Christopher Hadfield
BA


Christopher Hadfield was born in Manchester in 1939. He attended first Bolton School and later Rochdale Grammar School, and went up to Jesus College Cambridge in 1958 to read Classics. After graduating in 1961, he stayed on for a further year to read Theology, completing his training for the ministry at Wells Theological College. He was made deacon in 1965, serving his title in the parish of Wigton with Waverton in the Diocese of Carlisle. From 1970 till 2011 he taught at Newlands School Seaford, and holds the Bishop's Licence for the Diocese of Chichester.

 

He has been an honorary assistant priest at
St Saviour’s since December 1996, and also takes regular mid-week services in Seaford Parish Church. Fr Christopher is married to Elizabeth, whom he met at Newlands.

Fr. Tony Fiddian-Green MA.Cert.Ed

 

Fr Tony was born in Warwickshire in1939. Birmingham, London and Sussex universities. Ordination/curacy: 1964 Bath and Wells. He has had various teaching appointments including two school chaplaincies and two headships – KS Bruton, Bath, Switzerland, Devon, RGS Worcester and Sussex. Commissioned in the RNR.  He then spent fourteen years as half-time parish priest, in Groombridge; the other half as a schools inspector for OFSTED and for the CofE.

 

Five years as Spirituality advisor with our Diocesan Mission & Renewal team, Chichester. He retired in 2011 to North Harbour, Eastbourne and in March 2016 moved to Devonshire Place in town.

The Revd
Nick MacNeill
BTh

 

Fr Nick MacNeill, married to Dominique, originates from Brighton. After living in France for three years and working for a period of time in the tourism industry, he was ordained in 1993 and served in the dioceses of Exeter and St Albans. Owing to injury,
Fr. Nick was unable to continue in full-time ministry and has been part of the clergy team at St. Saviour's since 2006.


Fr Nick watches local football, enjoys reading, especially history, loves music, listens to the radio and with Dominique, likes exploring the beautiful county of Sussex.

Canon
Robert Fayers SSC

 

Fr. Robert hails from the Norfolk town of King's Lynn.  There he was a fourth-generation funeral director with his family's firm, until going to St. Stephen's House, Oxford, to be formed for priestly ministry.   

 

He served his 'title' under the legendary Fr. Diamond in the south-east London inner-city parish of St. Paul, Deptford.  He then moved to become incumbent of

St. Michael's, Beckenham.  After 12 years there he moved to Brighton, becoming Parish Priest of

St. Michael's and, later, also S. Paul's.  Fr Robert served in that city for 14 years, retiring late in 2014.  His interests include travel, visiting historic buildings and art galleries, and cooking. 

 

He is the Diocesan representative for the Anglican Centre in Rome.

 

 

Fr Paul Christian SSC

 

Born in South London and much influenced in his formative years by the parishes of St. Peter's, Streatham and Ascension, Mitcham, Fr. Paul's secular employment was mainly within social services and local authority housing.

Training for full-time ministry in the Canterbury diocese, he was priested in 1988, serving his title in Folkestone and for 26 years as parish priest of Temple Ewell and Lydden, Dover where he endeavoured to maintain a catholic tradition with the support of the Bps. of Richborough.

For a number of years before retirement Fr. Paul was Local SSC Vicar and Chaplain to the GSS. Now living in Pevensey Bay with his wife Hilary, he is pleased to assist at both St. Saviour's and Christ Church, Eastbourne.