Pete Wilcox

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Peter Jonathan Wilcox (born 1961) is the Dean of Liverpool in the Church of England.[1]

He was educated at St John's College, Durham, St John's College, Oxford and Ridley Hall, Cambridge.[2] He was ordained in 1988 and his first post was a curacy in Preston-on-Tees. Wilcox completed his doctorate, entitled Restoration, Reformation and the progress of the kingdom of Christ : evangelisation in the thought and practice of John Calvin, 1555-1564, at Oxford in 1993.[3] He was Team Vicar of Gateshead from 1993 to 1998 when he became the Director of the Urban Mission Centre, Cranmer Hall. He was priest in charge of St Paul's Walsall from 1998 before becoming Canon Chancellor at Lichfield Cathedral in 2006.[4] He was installed as Dean of Liverpool at its Anglican cathedral on 15 September 2012.

Styles[edit]

  • Mr Pete Wilcox (1961–1988)
  • The Revd Pete Wilcox (1988–1993)
  • The Revd Dr Pete Wilcox (1993–2006)
  • The Revd Canon Dr Pete Wilcox (2006–2012)
  • The Very Revd Dr Pete Wilcox (2012–present)

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