Caryl Micklem

MICKLEM, (Thomas) Caryl. b. Oxford, 1 August 1925; d. Pocklington, Yorkshire, 2 June 2003. Born into a distinguished Congregationalist family, he was educated at Mill Hill School and then read English at New College, Oxford. He began theological training at Mansfield College, Oxford, but owing to his father’s ill health, moved to Oundle to assist his father in his Congregational ministry. He was ordained in 1951 and undertook ministries at Banstead, Surrey (1953-58), Allen Street, Kensington (1958-78, from 1974-78 with additional responsibility for Fulham) and St Columba’s, Oxford (1978-90). He retired to Pocklington. Micklem edited Contemporary Prayers for Public Worship (1967). He was...

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