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List of bishops in the Church of England

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The active bishops of the Church of England are usually either diocesan bishops or suffragan bishops. Several also hold portfolios of national responsibility, as spokesperson bishops for the Church of England and/or as Lords Spiritual in the House of Lords.

Diocesan bishops

As there are 42 dioceses of the Church of England, there are 42 bishops diocesan (including vacancies). Of the 42: both archbishops and the Bishops of London, of Durham and of Winchester, sit in the House of Lords as Lords Spiritual ex officio; a further 21 sit there by seniority (of whom five had their seniority accelerated); the Bishop of Sodor and Man sits ex officio in the Legislative Council of the Isle of Man and also in Tynwald Court; fourteen diocesans are not (yet) Lords Spiritual; and the Bishop in Europe is ineligible for the House of Lords.

Key
  Active
  Inactive
  Vacant
  Male
  Female

Lords Spiritual with ex officio seniority

Bishop Person Date of birth & age Election confirmed[a] Consecrated[b] Introduced[c]
The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby[1][d] (1956-01-06) 6 January 1956 (age 65) 4 February 2013[3] 28 October 2011[i] 12 January 2012 (Durham)
26 February 2013 (Canterbury)[6]
The Archbishop of York Stephen Cottrell (1958-08-31) 31 August 1958 (age 63) 9 July 2020[7] 4 May 2004[ii] 25 March 2014 (Chelmsford)
22 October 2020 (York)[9]
The Bishop of London Sarah Mullally[10] (1962-03-26) 26 March 1962 (age 59)[11] 8 March 2018[12] 22 July 2015[10] 24 May 2018[13]
The Bishop of Durham Paul Butler[e] (1955-09-18) 18 September 1955 (age 66)[15] 20 January 2014 [14] 24 June 2004[iii] 18 December 2013 (Southwell and Nottingham)
3 March 2014 (Durham)[16]
The Bishop of Winchester Tim Dakin[17][f] (on leave)[A] (1958-02-06) 6 February 1958 (age 63) 20 December 2011[18] 25 January 2012[20][21] 26 March 2012[22]

Lords Spiritual with seniority of service

Until 2015, the 21 longest-serving among the remaining diocesan bishops were eligible to sit in the House of Lords as Lords Spiritual. Since women became eligible as bishops in 2015, female diocesan bishops take precedence over male ones whenever a new vacancy in the Lords arises, in accordance with the Lords Spiritual (Women) Act 2015[23] (in force until 17 May 2025).[24]

Bishop Person Date of birth & age Election confirmed[a] Consecrated[b] Introduced[c]
The Bishop of Birmingham,
 Convenor of the Lords Spiritual[25]
David Urquhart (1952-04-14) 14 April 1952 (age 69) 2006 2000[iv] 26 October 2010[26]
The Bishop of Worcester John Inge (1955-02-26) 26 February 1955 (age 66) 2008 9 October 2003[v] 25 June 2012[27]
The Bishop of Coventry Christopher Cocksworth (1959-01-12) 12 January 1959 (age 62) 2008 3 July 2008 15 January 2013[28]
The Bishop of Oxford Steven Croft (1957-05-29) 29 May 1957 (age 64) 6 July 2016[29]
(Sheffield: late 2008)
25 January 2009[vi] 14 October 2013 (Sheffield)[30]
19 July 2016 (Oxford)[31]
The Bishop of St Albans Alan Smith (1957-02-14) 14 February 1957 (age 64) 31 March 2009[32] December 2001[vii] 4 November 2013[33]
The Bishop of Carlisle James Newcome (1953-07-24) 24 July 1953 (age 68) 2009 19 March 2002[viii] 23 October 2013[34]
The Bishop of Peterborough Donald Allister (1952-08-27) 27 August 1952 (age 69) 2010 25 March 2010 4 February 2014[35]
The Bishop of Ely Stephen Conway (1957-12-22) 22 December 1957 (age 63) 6 December 2010[36] 22 June 2006[ix] 7 July 2014[37]
The Bishop of Southwark Christopher Chessun (1956-08-05) 5 August 1956 (age 65) 17 January 2011[38] 21 April 2005[x] 15 December 2014[39]
The Bishop of Leeds Nick Baines[g] (1957-11-13) 13 November 1957 (age 64) 8 June 2014[41]
(Bradford: 1 April 2011)
8 May 2003[xi] 5 February 2015[42]
The Bishop of Gloucester[h] Rachel Treweek (1963-02-04) 4 February 1963 (age 58) 15 June 2015[43] 22 July 2015[44] 26 October 2015[45]
The Bishop of Newcastle[h] Christine Hardman[46][B] (1951-08-27) 27 August 1951 (age 70) 22 September 2015[48] 30 November 2015[48] 26 January 2016[49]
The Bishop of Lincoln Christopher Lowson[C] (1953-02-03) 3 February 1953 (age 68) 19 July 2011 21 September 2011[52] 14 September 2017[53]
The Bishop of Chichester Martin Warner (1958-12-24) 24 December 1958 (age 62) 2 July 2012[54] 26 January 2010[55][xii] 15 January 2018[56]
The Bishop of Bristol[h] Vivienne Faull (1955-05-20) 20 May 1955 (age 66) 25 June 2018[57] 3 July 2018[58] 23 October 2018[59]
The Bishop of Derby[h] Libby Lane[i] (1966-12-08) 8 December 1966 (age 54) 11 February 2019[60] 26 January 2015[61] 2 July 2019[62]
The Bishop of Blackburn Julian Henderson (1954-07-23) 23 July 1954 (age 67)[63] 30 September 2013[64] 10 October 2013[65] 6 February 2020[66]
The Bishop of Manchester David Walker (1957-05-30) 30 May 1957 (age 64) 7 October 2013 30 November 2000[xiii] 7 September 2020[67]
The Bishop of Chelmsford Guli Francis-Dehqani[h] (1966-06-18) 18 June 1966 (age 55) 11 March 2021[68] 30 November 2017[69][xiv] 1st November 2021
The Bishop of Exeter Robert Atwell (1954-08-03) 3 August 1954 (age 67) 30 April 2014 24 June 2008[70][xv] 15th November 2021
The Bishop of Liverpool Paul Bayes[D] (1953-11-02) 2 November 1953 (age 68) 23 July 2014[72] 21 September 2010[73][xvi] 15th November 2021

Other diocesan bishops

Bishop Person Date of birth & age Election confirmed[a] Consecrated[b]
The Bishop in Europe[j] Robert Innes 1959 (age 61–62)[74] 20 July 2014Not elected[75] 20 July 2014[75]
The Bishop of Guildford Andrew Watson (1961-07-16) 16 July 1961 (age 60) 24 November 2014[76] 28 October 2008[77][xvii]
The Bishop of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich Martin Seeley (1954-05-29) 29 May 1954 (age 67) 7 May 2015[78] 14 May 2015[79]
The Bishop of Southwell and Nottingham Paul Williams (1968-01-16) 16 January 1968 (age 53) 11 May 2015[80] 25 March 2009[81]
The Bishop of Leicester Martyn Snow 1968 (age 52–53)[82] 22 February 2016[83] 25 September 2013
The Bishop of Lichfield Michael Ipgrave[84] (1958-04-18) 18 April 1958 (age 63) 10 June 2016[85] 21 March 2012[84]
The Bishop of Sheffield Pete Wilcox 1961 (age 59–60) 5 June 2017[86][87] 22 June 2017[88]
The Bishop of Sodor and Man[j] Peter Eagles[89] (1959-07-06) 6 July 1959 (age 62) 8 June 2017unknown 22 June 2017[88]
The Bishop of Truro Philip Mounstephen (1959-07-13) 13 July 1959 (age 62) 20 November 2018 30 November 2018
The Bishop of Norwich Graham Usher (1970-09-11) 11 September 1970 (age 51) 17 June 2019 25 March 2014[90]
The Bishop of Hereford Richard Jackson[91] (1961-01-22) 22 January 1961 (age 60) 7 January 2020[92] 14 May 2014[93]
The Bishop of Chester Mark Tanner November 1970 (age 50–51) 15 July 2020[94] 18 October 2016[95]
Bishop-designate of Portsmouth,
 The Dean of York
Jonathan Frost (1964-09-26) 26 September 1964 (age 57) 28 November 2021late 2021 30 November 2010[xviii]
The Bishop of Bath and Wells ZxVacant since May 2021 (2000-01-15) 15 January 2000 (age 21) 15 January 2038 15 January 2038
The Bishop of Salisbury ZyVacant since 3 July 2021 (2000-01-16) 16 January 2000 (age 21) 16 January 2038 16 January 2038
The Bishop of Rochester ZzVacant since 31 July 2021 (2000-01-17) 17 January 2000 (age 21) 17 January 2038 17 January 2038

Acting diocesan bishops

Acting diocesan bishops, properly called episcopal commissaries, are referred to by a wide variety of informal titles. For simplicity, this article refers only to the Acting Bishop of Somewhere.
Acting bishop Person Date of birth & age Acting since Consecration[b]
Acting Bishop of Bath and Wells,
 The Bishop of Taunton
Ruth Worsley[97] 1962 (age 58–59) 1 September 2020[98] 29 September 2015
Acting Bishop of Portsmouth,
 The Bishop of Edmonton
Rob Wickham (1972-05-03) 3 May 1972 (age 49) 28 April 2021[99] 23 September 2015[100]
Acting Bishop of Winchester,
 The Bishop of Southampton
Debbie Sellin 1964 (age 56–57)[101] 20 May 2021[102] 3 July 2019[103]
Acting Bishop of Salisbury,
 The Bishop of Sherborne
Karen Gorham[k] (1964-06-24) 24 June 1964 (age 57) 3 July 2021[104] 24 February 2016[105]
Acting Bishop of Rochester,
 The Bishop of Tonbridge
Simon Burton-Jones (1962-12-23) 23 December 1962 (age 58)[106] 31 July 2021[107] 3 July 2018[108]

Suffragan bishops

As of 26 July 2021, there are 73 bishops suffragan, plus the Archbishops' Bishop (who is neither diocesan nor suffragan, but the incumbent has not been a diocesan). Of the 73: the Bishop of Dover acts as if a diocesan bishop, the Bishop of Islington has a national role (though often focused in London), five bishops provide Alternative Episcopal Oversight (to parishes who reject the presbyteral and/or episcopal ministry of women), 20 are area bishops, and the remaining 46 are deployed in suffragan roles across their diocese.

Diocese Bishop Person Date of birth & age Took office[l] Consecrated[b]
Canterbury The Bishop of Dover Rose Hudson-Wilkin (1961-01-19) 19 January 1961 (age 60) 19 November 2019 (consecration) 19 November 2019[109]
Truro The Bishop of St Germans,
 Bishop to the Forces
Hugh Nelson 1972 (age 48–49)[110] 15 July 2020 (consecration)
20 September 2021 (Forces)[111]
15 July 2020[112] (morning)[113]
The Bishop to the Archbishops of Canterbury and York[m] Emma Ineson 1969 (age 51–52) 1 June 2021[114] 27 February 2019[xix]
Southwark The area Bishop of Kingston Richard Cheetham (1955-08-18) 18 August 1955 (age 66) 17 October 2002 (consecrated) 17 October 2002[116]
Europe The Suffragan Bishop in Europe David Hamid (1955-06-18) 18 June 1955 (age 66) 17 October 2002 (consecrated) 17 October 2002[117]
Leeds The area Bishop of Wakefield Tony Robinson (1956-04-25) 25 April 1956 (age 65) 6 December 2002 (consecrated) 6 December 2002
Oxford The area Bishop of Buckingham Alan Wilson (1955-03-27) 27 March 1955 (age 66) 9 October 2003 (consecrated) 9 October 2003
Coventry The Bishop of Warwick John Stroyan (1955-05-05) 5 May 1955 (age 66) 21 April 2005 (consecrated) 21 April 2005
Bristol The Bishop of Swindon Lee Rayfield (1955-09-30) 30 September 1955 (age 66) 8 June 2005 (consecrated) 8 June 2005
Lichfield The area Bishop of Wolverhampton Clive Gregory (1961-11-25) 25 November 1961 (age 59) 19 April 2007 (consecrated) 19 April 2007[118]
Manchester The Bishop of Middleton Mark Davies (1962-05-12) 12 May 1962 (age 59) 25 April 2008 (consecrated) 25 April 2008[119]
Norwich The Bishop of Thetford Alan Winton (1958-09-04) 4 September 1958 (age 63) 29 September 2009 (consecrated) 29 September 2009[120]
Peterborough The Bishop of Brixworth John Holbrook (1962-06-14) 14 June 1962 (age 59) 2 June 2011 (consecrated) 2 June 2011[121]
London AEO The Bishop of Fulham Jonathan Baker[k] (1966-10-06) 6 October 1966 (age 55) 13 February 2013 (translated)[122][123] 16 June 2011[xx]
Canterbury AEO The Bishop of Richborough Norman Banks[k] (1954-04-04) 4 April 1954 (age 67) 16 June 2011 (consecrated) 16 June 2011
Southwark The area Bishop of Croydon
 Bishop for the Falkland Islands
Jonathan Clark[84][E] (1961-02-13) 13 February 1961 (age 60) 21 March 2012 (consecrated)
20 September 2021 (Falklands)[125]
21 March 2012[84]
St Albans The Bishop of Bedford Richard Atkinson[126] (1958-12-17) 17 December 1958 (age 62)[127] 17 May 2012 (consecrated) 17 May 2012[128]
Exeter The Bishop of Plymouth Nick McKinnel (1954-08-19) 19 August 1954 (age 67) 19 April 2015 (translated)[129] 30 November 2012[xxi]
York AEO The Bishop of Beverley Glyn Webster[131][k][F] (1951-06-03) 3 June 1951 (age 70) 25 January 2013 (consecrated) 25 January 2013[133]
Leeds The area Bishop of Ripon Helen-Ann Hartley[n] (1973-05-28) 28 May 1973 (age 48) 4 February 2018 (installation)[134] 22 February 2014
York The Bishop of Whitby Paul Ferguson[135] (1955-07-13) 13 July 1955 (age 66)[136] 3 July 2014 (consecrated) 3 July 2014[135]
York The Bishop of Selby John Thomson[135] (1959-07-01) 1 July 1959 (age 62) 3 July 2014 (consecrated) 3 July 2014[135]
Lincoln The Bishop of Grimsby David Court[137] (1958-10-16) 16 October 1958 (age 63) 25 July 2014 (consecrated) 25 July 2014[137]
Chelmsford The area Bishop of Colchester Roger Morris[138] (1968-07-18) 18 July 1968 (age 53)[139] 25 July 2014 (consecrated) 25 July 2014[138]
Winchester The Bishop of Basingstoke David Williams[140] (on leave) (1961-04-16) 16 April 1961 (age 60) 19 September 2014 (consecrated) 19 September 2014[140]
Leeds The area Bishop of Huddersfield Jonathan Gibbs[141][n] (1961-05-06) 6 May 1961 (age 60) 17 October 2014 (consecrated) 17 October 2014[141]
Leeds The area Bishop of Bradford Toby Howarth[141] (1962-07-12) 12 July 1962 (age 59) 17 October 2014 (consecrated) 17 October 2014[141]
Blackburn The Bishop of Burnley Philip North[o][n] (1966-12-02) 2 December 1966 (age 54) 2 February 2015 (consecrated) 2 February 2015[144]
St Albans The Bishop of Hertford Michael Beasley[145] 1968 (age 52–53)[146] 14 May 2015 (consecrated) 14 May 2015[147]
York The Bishop of Hull Alison White[148][k][G] 1956 (age 64–65)[150] 3 July 2015 (consecrated) 3 July 2015
Leeds The Bishop of Kirkstall Paul Slater[151] (1958-03-22) 22 March 1958 (age 63)[152] 19 July 2015 (consecrated) 19 July 2015[151]
Canterbury AEO The Bishop of Maidstone Rod Thomas[153][k] (1954-08-07) 7 August 1954 (age 67) 23 September 2015 (consecrated) 23 September 2015[100]
London The area Bishop of Kensington Graham Tomlin[154] (1958-08-01) 1 August 1958 (age 63) 23 September 2015 (consecrated) 23 September 2015[155]
London The area Bishop of Edmonton,
 Acting Bishop of Portsmouth
Rob Wickham (1972-05-03) 3 May 1972 (age 49) 23 September 2015 (consecrated) 23 September 2015[100]
Bath & Wells The Bishop of Taunton,
 Acting Bishop of Bath and Wells
Ruth Worsley[97][k] 1962 (age 58–59) 29 September 2015 (consecrated)[156] 29 September 2015
Birmingham The Bishop of Aston Anne Hollinghurst[157][k] (1964-03-04) 4 March 1964 (age 57) 29 September 2015 (consecrated)[158] 29 September 2015
London The Bishop of Islington,
 national bishop for church plants
Ric Thorpe[n] (1965-02-03) 3 February 1965 (age 56) 29 September 2015 (consecrated) 29 September 2015[100]
Lincoln The Bishop of Grantham Nicholas Chamberlain (1963-11-25) 25 November 1963 (age 57) 19 November 2015 (consecrated) 19 November 2015[159]
Salisbury The Bishop of Sherborne,
 Acting Bishop of Salisbury
Karen Gorham[k] (1964-06-24) 24 June 1964 (age 57) 24 February 2016 (consecrated) 24 February 2016[105]
St Edmundsbury & Ipswich The Bishop of Dunwich Mike Harrison (1963-03-07) 7 March 1963 (age 58) 24 February 2016 (consecrated) 24 February 2016[160]
Guildford The Bishop of Dorking Jo Bailey Wells 1966 (age 54–55) 29 June 2016 (consecrated) 29 June 2016[161][162]
Manchester The Bishop of Bolton Mark Ashcroft (1954-09-03) 3 September 1954 (age 67) 18 October 2016 (consecrated) 18 October 2016[95]
Gloucester The Bishop of Tewkesbury Robert Springett (1962-09-15) 15 September 1962 (age 59) 30 November 2016 (consecrated) 30 November 2016[163]
Southwark The area Bishop of Woolwich Karowei Dorgu[n] June 1958 (age 63) 17 March 2017 (consecrated) 17 March 2017[164]
Blackburn The Bishop of Lancaster Jill Duff 1972 (age 48–49) 29 June 2018 (consecration) 29 June 2018[165]
Chelmsford The area Bishop of Bradwell John Perumbalath[n] (1966-05-23) 23 May 1966 (age 55) 3 July 2018 (consecration) 3 July 2018[166]
Rochester The Bishop of Tonbridge,
 Acting Bishop of Rochester
Simon Burton-Jones (1962-12-23) 23 December 1962 (age 58)[106] 3 July 2018 (consecration) 3 July 2018[108]
Exeter The Bishop of Crediton Jackie Searle (1960-09-26) 26 September 1960 (age 61)[167] 27 September 2018 (consecration) 27 September 2018[168]
Liverpool The Bishop of Warrington Beverley Mason[n] August 1960 (age 61) 18 October 2018 (consecration) 18 October 2018[169]
Salisbury The Bishop of Ramsbury Andrew Rumsey 1969 (age 51–52) 25 January 2019 (consecration) 25 January 2019[170]
Durham The Bishop of Jarrow Sarah Clark (1965-04-21) 21 April 1965 (age 56) 27 February 2019 (consecration) 27 February 2019[171]
London The area Bishop of Stepney Joanne Grenfell (1972-05-27) 27 May 1972 (age 49)[172] 3 July 2019 (consecration) 3 July 2019[173]
Lichfield The area Bishop of Shrewsbury Sarah Bullock (1964-03-17) 17 March 1964 (age 57)[174] 3 July 2019 (consecration) 3 July 2019[175]
Ely The Bishop of Huntingdon Dagmar Winter 1963 (age 57–58)[176] 3 July 2019 (consecration) 3 July 2019[177]
Winchester The Bishop of Southampton,
 Acting Bishop of Winchester
Debbie Sellin 1964 (age 56–57)[101] 3 July 2019 (consecration) 3 July 2019[103]
Oxford The area Bishop of Reading Olivia Graham[n] (1956-06-21) 21 June 1956 (age 65) 19 November 2019 (consecration) 19 November 2019[178]
Worcester The Bishop of Dudley Martin Gorick[n] (1962-06-23) 23 June 1962 (age 59) 28 January 2020 (consecration) 28 January 2020[179]
Chichester The Bishop of Horsham Ruth Bushyager 1977 (age 43–44)[180] 15 July 2020 (consecration) 15 July 2020 (morning)[181]
Chichester The Bishop of Lewes Will Hazlewood 1971 (age 49–50)[182] 15 July 2020 (consecration) 15 July 2020 (afternoon)[181]
Sheffield The Bishop of Doncaster Sophie Jelley 1972 (age 48–49)[183] 21 September 2020 (consecration) 21 September 2020 (morning)[184]
Southwell & Nottingham The Bishop of Sherwood Andy Emerton 1972 (age 48–49)[185] 21 September 2020 (consecration) 21 September 2020 (afternoon)[184]
Newcastle The Bishop of Berwick Mark Wroe 1969 (age 51–52)[186] 5 January 2021 (consecration) 5 January 2021[187]
Oxford The area Bishop of Dorchester Gavin Collins (1966-12-31) 31 December 1966 (age 54) 14 April 2021 (consecration) 14 April 2021[188]
Derby The Bishop of Repton Malcolm Macnaughton 1957 (age 63–64)[189] 14 April 2021 (consecration) 14 April 2021[188]
Lichfield The area Bishop of Stafford Matthew Parker (1963-06-01) 1 June 1963 (age 58) 14 April 2021 (consecration) 14 April 2021[188]
Norwich The Bishop of Lynn Jane Steen 1964 (age 56–57) 23 June 2021 (consecration) 23 June 2021[190]
Chester The Bishop of Birkenhead Julie Conalty 1963 (age 57–58) 19 July 2021 (consecration) 19 July 2021[191]
Chester The Bishop of Stockport Sam Corley 1976 (age 44–45)[192] 19 July 2021 (consecration) 19 July 2021[191]
Leicester Bishop-designate of Loughborough Saju Muthalaly 1979 (age 41–42)[193] 25 January 2021January 2022 (consecration) 25 January 2021January 2022 (announced)[194]
Carlisle The Bishop of Penrith ZvVacant since 1 June 2021 (2000-01-13) 13 January 2000 (age 21) 13 January 2038 13 January 2038
Chelmsford The area Bishop of Barking ZwVacant since 4 August 2021 (2000-01-14) 14 January 2000 (age 21) 14 January 2038 14 January 2038
Canterbury AEO The Bishop of Ebbsfleet ZxVacant since 8 September 2021 (2000-01-15) 15 January 2000 (age 21) 15 January 2038 15 January 2038
London The area Bishop of Willesden ZyVacant since 30 September 2021 (2000-01-16) 16 January 2000 (age 21) 16 January 2038 16 January 2038

Other bishops

As of 6 October 2021, there are twelve people in active ministry (i.e. not retired) in the Church of England who are in episcopal orders but not in episcopal posts.

House of Bishops

The membership of the General Synod's House of Bishops is:[215]

  • All 42 bishops diocesan (or as many as are in post)
  • The Bishop suffragan of Dover (as a quasi-diocesan bishop; Rose Hudson-Wilkin, since 2019) and the Bishop to the Forces (Hugh Nelson, Bishop suffragan of St Germans; since 2021)
  • 9 bishops suffragan (5 from Canterbury province; 4 from York) elected by and from among all the bishops suffragan.
The following have been elected to serve in the Convocations for 2021–2026:[216]
  1. Jonathan Gibbs, area Bishop of Huddersfield (since 2015)[217]
  2. Philip North, Bishop suffragan of Burnley (since 2018)[217]
  3. Helen-Ann Hartley, area Bishop of Ripon (since 2021)
  4. Ric Thorpe, Bishop suffragan of Islington (since 2021)
  5. Karowei Dorgu, area Bishop of Woolwich (since 2021)
  6. John Perumbalath, area Bishop of Bradwell (since 2021)
  7. Beverley Mason, Bishop suffragan of Warrington (since 2021)
  8. Olivia Graham, area Bishop of Reading (since 2021)
  9. Martin Gorick, Bishop suffragan of Dudley (since 2021)

Acting diocesan bishops (commissaries) also attend but do not vote (unless they happen to hold a vote as an elected representative suffragan) at meetings of the House.[218]

The four "provincial episcopal visitors" (the Bishops suffragan of Richborough, of Ebbsfleet, of Maidstone and of Beverley) may attend and speak, but are not members and may not vote — unless they are elected as representative suffragans.[215]

It was announced in June 2016 that the "participant observers" arrangement would be replaced from 1 December 2016 with an arrangement whereby six female bishops suffragan would be "[given] rights of attendance".[219] They are:[215]

  1. Alison White, Bishop suffragan of Hull
  2. Ruth Worsley, Bishop suffragan of Taunton and Acting Bishop of Bath and Wells
  3. Anne Hollinghurst, Bishop suffragan of Aston
  4. Karen Gorham, Bishop suffragan of Sherborne and Acting Bishop of Salisbury
  5. Jo Bailey Wells, Bishop suffragan of Dorking
  6. one vacant vice Hartley

At the time of the announcement, there were only eight female suffragan bishops; the only ones not chosen as participant observers were Lane, who already was a full Member of the House, and Bailey Wells, who was left out. Since then, 13 more women have become suffragan bishops (as of December 2019).[p]

Scheduled Crown Nominations Committee (CNC) meetings

The following meetings of the Crown Nominations Commission have been held since April 2015, with the outcomes listed; no further meetings have been announced for the near future:[220]

Past
See First meeting Second meeting Announcement Election confirmed
Oxford 14 April 2015 11 – 12 May 2015 14 May 2015 not filled
Newcastle 23 June 2015 23 – 24 July 2015 2 September 2015 22 September 2015[48]
Leicester 11 September 2015 8 – 9 October 2015 15 December 2015 22 February 2016
Lichfield 9 December 2015 20 – 21 January 2016 2 March 2016 (St Chad's day) 10 June 2016[85]
Oxford (same vacancy)[221] 4 February 2016 7 – 8 March 2016 12 April 2016 6 July 2016
Sheffield 1 November 2016[222] 28 – 29 November 2016[222] 31 January 2017[142] withdrew acceptance, March 2017
7 April 2017 5 June 2017[223][86][87]
Sodor & Man 7 February 2017 8 March 2017 4 May 2017 not announced;
(before 22 June)
London 27 September 2017 7 & 28 – 29 November 2017 18 December 2017 8 March 2018
Bristol 1 February 2018 12 – 13 March 2018 15 May 2018 25 June 2018
Truro 8 May 2018 11 – 12 June 2018 30 August 2018 20 November 2018
Derby 26 September 2018 1 – 2 November 2018 18 December 2018 11 February 2019
Norwich 22 January 2018 11 – 12 March 2019 3 May 2019 17 June 2019
Hereford 12 June 2019 15 – 16 July 2019 3 September 2019 7 January 2020
York 23 September 2019 12 November & 2 & 3 December 2019 17 December 2019 9 July 2020
Chester 3 February 2020 16 & 17 March 2020 12 May 2020 15 July 2020
Chelmsford 12 October 2020 18 & 19 November 2020 17 December 2020 11 March 2021
Future
See First meeting Second meeting Estimated announcement Election confirmed
Portsmouth 21 June 2021 20 & 21 July 2021 8 October 2021 TBA
Salisbury 29 September 2021 9 & 10 November 2021 TBA TBA
Rochester 14 December 2021 27 & 28 January 2022 TBA TBA
Bath and Wells TBA TBA TBA TBA
Lincoln TBA TBA TBA TBA
Liverpool TBA TBA TBA TBA
Winchester TBA TBA TBA TBA
Newcastle TBA TBA TBA TBA

See also

Consecration notes

  1. ^ Welby was consecrated as Bishop of Durham in 2011.[5]
  2. ^ Cottrell was consecrated in 2004 to serve as area Bishop of Reading, translated to Chelmsford on 6 October 2010,[8] and translated to York on 9 July 2020.[7]
  3. ^ Butler was consecrated as Bishop suffragan of Southampton in 2004; he translated to Southwell & Nottingham in 2009.
  4. ^ Urquhart was consecrated as Bishop suffragan of Birkenhead in 2000.
  5. ^ Inge was consecrated as Bishop suffragan of Huntingdon in 2003.
  6. ^ Croft was consecrated as diocesan Bishop of Sheffield in 2009, his election having been confirmed in late 2008.
  7. ^ Smith was consecrated as area Bishop of Shrewsbury in 2001.
  8. ^ Newcome was consecrated as Bishop suffragan of Penrith in 2002.
  9. ^ Conway was consecrated as area Bishop of Ramsbury in 2006.
  10. ^ Chessun was consecrated as area Bishop of Woolwich in 2005.
  11. ^ Baines was consecrated as area Bishop of Croydon in 2003; he was translated to Bradford in 2011 and that see was dissolved in 2014, two months prior to his election to Leeds.
  12. ^ Warner was consecrated as Bishop suffragan of Whitby in 2010.
  13. ^ Walker was consecrated as area Bishop of Dudley in 2000.
  14. ^ Francis-Dehqani was consecrated as Bishop suffragan of Loughborough in 2017.
  15. ^ Atwell was consecrated as Bishop suffragan of Stockport in 2008.
  16. ^ Bayes was consecrated as Bishop suffragan of Hertford in 2010.
  17. ^ Watson was consecrated as Bishop suffragan of Aston in 2008.
  18. ^ Frost was consecrated as Bishop suffragan of Southampton on 30 November 2010.[96]
  19. ^ Ineson was consecrated as Bishop of Penrith in 2019.[115]
  20. ^ Baker was consecrated as Bishop suffragan of Ebbsfleet (PEV) in 2011.
  21. ^ McKinnel was consecrated as Bishop suffragan of Crediton on 30 November 2002.[130]

Resignations and retirements

  1. ^ Dakin is to retire effective February 2022.[19]
  2. ^ Hardman is to retire effective 30 November 2021.[47]
  3. ^ Lowson is to retire effective 31 December 2021;[50] Stephen Conway is to serve additionally as Acting Bishop of Lincoln for all of 2022.[51]
  4. ^ Bayes is to retire during February 2022.[71]
  5. ^ J. Clark is to retire effective 21 March 2022.[124]
  6. ^ Webster is to retire effective 6 January 2022.[132]
  7. ^ White is to retire during February 2022.[149]

Notes

  1. ^ a b c The date the person's election to their current see was confirmed.
  2. ^ a b c d e The date the person was consecrated as an Anglican bishop.
  3. ^ a b The date(s) the person was introduced in the House of Lords.
  4. ^ Welby was translated to Canterbury upon the confirmation of his election (at which point he became the bishop diocesan proper)[2] on 4 February.[3] His installation at Canterbury Cathedral duly occurred on 21 March 2013[4]
  5. ^ Butler was translated to Durham upon the confirmation of his election at York Minster on 20 January 2014.[14]
  6. ^ Dakin became Bishop of Winchester upon the confirmation of his election on 20 December 2011.[18]
  7. ^ Baines became acting diocesan and area bishop for Leeds on 22 April 2014,[40] then became diocesan and area Bishop of Leeds proper upon the confirmation of his election on 8 June.[41]
  8. ^ a b c d e Accelerated in accordance with the Lords Spiritual (Women) Act 2015.[23]
  9. ^ Lane has the distinction of being the first woman consecrated into bishop's orders in the Church of England (as Bishop suffragan of Stockport in 2015). (Hartley was a priest of the Church of England consecrated bishop in the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia.)
  10. ^ a b The Bishops of Sodor and Man and in Europe are ineligible for seats in the House of Lords; the Bishop of Sodor and Man is, however, ex officio a member of the Manx Legislative Council.
  11. ^ a b c d e f g h i Attends the House of Bishops.
  12. ^ The date the person took up office in their current suffragan role; for suffragans in their first see, this date is the same as their consecration.
  13. ^ The Bishop to the Archbishops is neither a diocesan nor a suffragan bishop (they cannot join the Lords), but ranks highly as episcopal chief of staff to the Archbishops of Canterbury (at Lambeth Palace) and of York (at Bishopthorpe) and Ineson is a former suffragan bishop; unlike her predecessors (Bishops at Lambeth), she has not also been appointed Bishop to the Forces, so she does not sit in the House of Bishops.
  14. ^ a b c d e f g h i Elected suffragan member of the House of Bishops for the 2021–2026 Convocations.
  15. ^ It was announced on 31 January 2017 that North was nominated to become Bishop of Sheffield;[142] on 9 March, North withdrew his acceptance of the nomination.[143]
  16. ^ Helen-Ann Hartley, Rose Hudson-Wilkin and the eleven women bishops listed behind Wells in the above list consecrated until November 2019

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