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Fr Mark McAulay SSC


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Assistant Curate


Fr Richard Keeble


Honorary Associate Clergy


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.

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Richard Harper


Fr Richard was born in Derby, but grew up on the south coast after the family had moved to Dorset.

He studied biology including research in freshwater biology, before going on to St Stephen’s House Oxford and ordination.

He served curacies in Norfolk and north London before joining the staff of St Michael’s Theological College, Llandaff. Returning to parochial ministry later he was parish priest of Christchurch St Leonards-on-Sea and then of St Paul’s Weymouth. He has also had experience as a hospital chaplain.

Having grown up near the sea, he much appreciated St Leonards-on-Sea and Weymouth and is glad to be living in Eastbourne.

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.



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