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John Finney

BA(Oxon) DipTh
Bishop of Pontefract
DioceseDiocese of Wakefield
In office1993–1998
PredecessorRichard Hare
SuccessorDavid James
Other postsHonorary assistant bishop in Southwell (1998–present)
Orders
Ordination1958 (deacon); c. 1959 (priest)
Consecration1993
Personal details
Born (1932-05-01) 1 May 1932 (age 88)
DenominationAnglican
ParentsArthur & Elaine
SpouseSheila Russell (m. 1959)
Children3 daughters
ProfessionAuthor (evangelism)
Alma materHertford College, Oxford

John Thornley Finney (born 1 May 1932) was the eighth Suffragan Bishop of Pontefract.[1]

He was educated at Charterhouse and Hertford College, Oxford.[2] Ordained in 1958, he began his career with curacies in Headington and Aylesbury[3] and was then successively Rector of Tollerton, Vicar of St Margarets Aspley[4] Adviser in Evangelism to the Bishop of Southwell and Nottingham and then Officer for the Decade of Evangelism before ascending to the Episcopate[5] – a post he held from 1993 until 1998. An eminent author,[6] in retirement he continues to minister, as an honorary assistant bishop within the Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham.

References

  1. ^ Crockfords On line- accessed 2 December 2008
  2. ^ Who’s Who 2008 (London, A & C Black, 2008 ISBN 978-0-7136-8555-8
  3. ^ Crockford’s (Ibid)
  4. ^ Church details
  5. ^ Diocesan profile
  6. ^ Amongst others he wrote “Saints Alive!”, 1983; “Understanding Leadership”, 1989; “Recovering the Past: Celtic and Roman mission”, 1996; “Fading Splendour?”, 2000; and “Emerging Evangelism”, 2004 > British Library Web-site accessed 22 December 2008
Church of England titles
Preceded by
Richard Hare
Bishop of Pontefract
1993–1998
Succeeded by
David James


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