The Rt Rev Kevin Pearson, Bishop of the United Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway, is pleased to announce the ordination to the Priesthood of the Rev Liz Crumlish on the afternoon of Saturday, 3rd July 2021, at St Mary’s Cathedral, Glasgow. Further details will be announced as more is known about the levels of physical restrictions in place at that time.
Rev Liz Crumlish will continue to serve as Curate at St Oswald’s Church, Maybole, where she has been serving as a Deacon since her ordination there last December.
Bishop Kevin is delighted to ordain Liz to the priesthood, and she continues to bring to the diocese so much experience, which will be a great asset to the Ayrshire Region as well as the wider diocese. Liz brings a wealth of experience in ministry, having been ordained in the Church of Scotland 25 years ago. She has worked as a Health Care Chaplain in Greenock and in parishes in Inverkip and Ayr.
Please pray for Liz as she prepares for her priesting, and also pray for her family. Liz is married to Idris. They have two grown-up children, Ruaridh and Zara, and a granddaughter, Evie.
Image: The ordination of the Rev Liz Crumlish to the diaconate in St Oswald’s, Maybole, from left to right: the Very Rev Reuben Preston, the Rt Rev Kevin Pearson, the Rev Liz Crumlish, the Rev Canon Drew Sheridan, and the Rev Jim Geen.