Nigel Crossey, Chaplain to St Columba’s College in Dublin, has been
appointed Rector of the Kilmore Group of parishes and Dean of Kilmore. A
native of Belfast, Nigel read Classics at Christ’s College, Cambridge
before studying for ordination at the Church of Ireland Theological
College in Dublin. Nigel subsequently completed his Master of Theology
degree in Cardiff University.
Nigel was ordained for Drumglass Parish, Dungannon, in 1984 before
becoming Rector of Magheraculmoney Parish, Kesh, in Clogher Diocese.
Since 1993, Nigel has served in chaplaincy roles in the UK and Europe,
most recently as Chaplain to St Columba’s College since 2009. Nigel is married to Yvonne (currently an Assistant Housemistress in the College) and they have four children in their twenties.
Nigel will take up his appointment in September, after the end of the current academic year.
Speaking of his appointment, Nigel said that he was delighted to be
appointed to this new chapter in ministry and that he and his wife were
looking forward to their move to Cavan: “My wife Yvonne and I both look back with great fondness to our
time in rural ministry in Fermanagh. It is equally clear that there are
many opportunities and possibilities …read more
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