Bridlington woman set to be ordained as Deacon at York Minster ceremony

A Bridlington woman is one of 15 people set to be ordained Deacon by the Archbishop of York, Stephen Cottrell, in a service in York Minster on Saturday, June 26.

Tuesday, 15th June 2021, 11:30 am
Miriam Thurlow will serve as Assistant Curate at Bridlington Christ Church with Bessingby and Ulrome. Miriam Thurlow will serve as Assistant Curate at Bridlington Christ Church with Bessingby and Ulrome.
Miriam Thurlow will serve as Assistant Curate at Bridlington Christ Church with Bessingby and Ulrome. Miriam Thurlow will serve as Assistant Curate at Bridlington Christ Church with Bessingby and Ulrome.

Miriam Thurlow will serve as Assistant Curate at Bridlington Christ Church with Bessingby and Ulrome.

She grew up in Bristol in a Christian family where faith was always a part of life; she first felt a calling towards Christian ministry and leadership at York University. For the last three years she has trained at Cranmer Hall.

Miriam said: “I am excited to be moving to Bridlington for curacy and joining the team as they join in with the exciting ways God is moving in their communities. I am looking forward to getting alongside people and encouraging them in their walks with God.”

The service will be live streamed on the internet at www.yorkminster.org.