Karen Lund

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The Ven Karen Belinda Lund (born 1962) has been Archdeacon of Manchester since 14 May 2017. [1]

Lund studied for the priesthood at Queen's College, Birmingham. After curacies in Southall and Northolt she held posts in Gillingham, Kent and Chelmsford. [2] Lund was team Vicar of Turton, Lancashire from 2014 until her appointment as Archdeacon. [3]

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  1. Diocese of Manchester — New Archdeacon of Manchester (Accessed 22 July 2017)
  2. Britton, Paul (13 February 2017). "New Archdeacon of Manchester appointed". men.
  3. "Lund Karen" . Crockford's Clerical Directory (online ed.). Church House Publishing . Retrieved 22 July 2017.
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