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David Rossdale

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David Rossdale
Bishop of Grimsby
DioceseDiocese of Lincoln
In office2000–2013
PredecessorDavid Tustin
SuccessorDavid Court
Other post(s)Area bishop of Grimsby (2010–2013)
Orders
Ordination1981
ConsecrationJune 2000[1]
Personal details
Born (1953-05-22) 22 May 1953 (age 68)
NationalityBritish
DenominationAnglican
ResidenceBishop's House, Irby upon Humber
SpouseKaren[2]
Children2 sons[2]
Alma materRoehampton University and King's College London

David Douglas James Rossdale (born 22 May 1953) was the Bishop of Grimsby, a suffragan bishop (and, from 2010[3] until 31 January 2013, an area bishop)[4] in the Church of England Diocese of Lincoln.[2][5]

He was educated at St John's School, Leatherhead, King's College London and Roehampton University.[6] He has a Master of Arts (MA) and a Master of Science (MSc).[2] After a period of study at Chichester Theological College he was ordained in 1981[7] and began his career with a curacy at St Laurence Upminster,[8] after which he was Vicar of St Luke's, Moulsham, Chelmsford and finally (before his elevation as bishop) Vicar of Cookham and Area Dean of Maidenhead. He retired effective 6 April 2013.[9]

On 11 February 2017, fourteen retired bishops signed an open letter to the then-serving bishops of the Church of England. In an unprecedented move, they expressed their opposition to the House of Bishops' report to General Synod on sexuality, which recommended no change to the Church's canons or practises around sexuality.[10] By 13 February, a serving bishop (Alan Wilson, Bishop of Buckingham) and nine further retired bishops – including Rossdale – had added their signatures;[11] on 15 February, the report was rejected by synod.[12]

Styles

References

  1. ^ Bishop David's Blog – Profile (Accessed 26 April 2014)
  2. ^ a b c d Official notification of appointment (Archive accessed 26 April 2014)
  3. ^ Diocese of Lincoln Central Services Review – Report to the Bishop of Lincoln Archived 28 August 2014 at the Wayback Machine (Accessed 23 April 2014)
  4. ^ Diocese of Lincoln Central Services Review – Response from the Bishop of Lincoln Archived 24 April 2014 at the Wayback Machine (Accessed 23 April 2014)
  5. ^ Anglican Communion
  6. ^ Who's Who2008: London, A & C Black ISBN 978-0-7136-8555-8
  7. ^ Crockford's Clerical Directory2008/2009 Lambeth, Church House Publishing ISBN 978-0-7151-1030-0
  8. ^ "Church history". Archived from the original on 18 June 2008. Retrieved 9 November 2008.
  9. ^ Diocese of Lincoln – Crosslincs, Lent 2013 Archived 24 April 2014 at the Wayback Machine (Accessed 28 March 2013)
  10. ^ Retired Bishops' Letter — The Letter Archived 12 February 2017 at the Wayback Machine (Accessed 11 February 2017; the fourteen bishops were David Atkinson, Michael Doe, Tim Ellis, David Gillett, John Gladwin, Laurie Green, Richard Harries, Stephen Lowe, Stephen Platten, John Pritchard, Peter Selby, Tim Stevens, Martin Wharton, and Williamson.)
  11. ^ Retired Bishops' Letter — New Signatures Archived 18 February 2017 at the Wayback Machine (Accessed 17 February 2017; the nine bishops were Gordon Bates, Ian Brackley, John Davies, Peter Maurice, Rossdale, John Saxbee, Martin Shaw, Oliver Simon, and David Stancliffe.
  12. ^ The Grauniad — Church of England in turmoil as synod rejects report on same-sex relationships (Accessed 17 February 2017)
Church of England titles
Preceded by
David Tustin
Bishop of Grimsby
2000–2013
Succeeded by
David Court
This page was last edited on 10 March 2021, at 23:24
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