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Diocese of Fredericton

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Diocese of Fredericton
Christ Church Cathedral, Fredericton, New Brunswick (2005).jpg
Location
Ecclesiastical provinceCanada
Information
RiteAnglican
CathedralChrist Church Cathedral, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada
Current leadership
BishopDavid Edwards
Website
anglican.nb.ca

The Diocese of Fredericton is a diocese of the Ecclesiastical Province of Canada of the Anglican Church of Canada. Established in 1845, its first bishop was John Medley, who served until his death on September 9, 1892. Its cathedral and diocesan offices are in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada.

Bishops

Archdeacons

The following have served as archdeacons of the diocese:[1]

Archdeacons of St. Andrews

Archdeacons of Chatham

  • 2018–2020: Sandy MacPherson
  • 2020–present: Perry Cooper

Archdeacons of Fredericton

George Best held this post 1825–1829[2] in the Diocese of Nova Scotia, before the erection of Fredericton diocese; Best and Coster were archdeacons for all New Brunswick, and as such were also called Archdeacon of New Brunswick.
  • 1829 – ?: George Coster[3]
  • in 1866, there was one archdeaconry and it was vacant[4]
  • 1907–1932: Obadiah Newnham
  • –2016: Patricia Drummond (formerly at New Bandon and subsequently at Woodstock)[5][6][7][8]
  • 2017–2020: Wandlyn Snelgrove (formerly served as priest in Sussex)[9][10][11]
  • 2020–present: Kevin Stockall

Archdeacons of Kingston and the Kennebecasis

  • 2002-2006: Richard McConnell
  • 2006-2015: David Barrett
  • 2015–present: Robert Marsh

Archdeacons of Moncton

  • 2006-2014 Richard McConnell
  • 2014–present: Brent Ham

Archdeacons of Saint John

  • 2016–2017: Stuart Allan
  • 2018–present: Keith Osborne

Archdeacons of Woodstock

  • 2014–2017: Patricia Drummond (acting)
  • 2018–2020: Roderick Black

See also

References

  1. ^ "Announcements from the Bishop's Office". Anglican Diocese of Fredericton. Retrieved 27 August 2018.
  2. ^ Scott, Robert Forsyth; John E. B. Mayor (ed.) Admissions to the College of St John the Evangelist in the University of Cambridge (Cambridge: University Press, 1931) [1] p. 491
  3. ^ Hawkins, Ernest. Annals of the Diocese of Fredericton (SPCK, 1847) p. 73
  4. ^ The Clergy List for 1866 (London: George Cox, 1866) p. 450
  5. ^ Messy Church
  6. ^ UNB alumni news
  7. ^ Parish of Bright
  8. ^ CCC, Fredericton
  9. ^ CCC, Fredericton
  10. ^ Trinity, Sussex,NB
  11. ^ Parish web-site


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