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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1967-1968-334

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iv Annual Report of the Council Council of King's College and Miss Margaret Lois Edwards Tutor to Women Theological Students since 1954 were elected Fellows of King's College STAFF Following the decision of the Council in July 1965 to move to the appointment of the first Frederick Denison Maurice Professor of Moral and Social Theology the University concurred with the Council in the appointment of the Reverend Gordon Reginald Dunstan Secretary of the Church Assembly Joint Board of Studies who will take up his work in January 1967 In expressing its appreciation of the services of the Reverend Samuel Robert Cutt as Tutor and Sub-Warden at Warminster from 1956 the Council agreed the following minute 'The Council places on record its appreciation of the devoted work done at Warminster over period of nine years as Sub-Warden by the Reverend Cutt As theological teacher as pastor and friend he has helped many King's students to prepare for their life and work as priests providing them in his own unobtrusive prayerful attention to duty an example of faithful ministry In place of Mr Cutt the Council appointed the Reverend Colin Hugh Lancaster Davey scholar of Emmanuel College Cambridge to be Sub-Warden at Warminster After reading Classics and Theology at Cambridge Mr Davey prepared for the ministry at Cuddesdon and after curacy at Moseley in the Diocese of Birmingham was awarded the Philip Usher Scholarship for study in Greece Mr Davey took up his appointment on January 1st 1966 After six years as Chaplain of King's College the Reverend Peter Everard Coleman LL accepted appointment as Anglican Chaplain in the University of Bristol and Vicar of St Paul's Clifton The Council expressed warm appreciation of the unobtrusive but widely effective ministry in the College of Mr Coleman He has been the trusted friend of successive executive committees of the Union Society and his house in Maunsel Street and his cottage at Boxenwood have been much used and valued by students of all Faculties who have many reasons to be grateful to Mr Coleman and his wife Members of the Faculty of Theology have contributed the follow- ing publications and articles during the session
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