Anglican Diocese of Moosonee
|Diocese of Moosonee
|Cathedral||St. Matthew's Cathedral, Timmins|
|Emeritus Bishops||The Right Reverend Tom Corston, The Most Reverend Caleb Lawrence|
The Anglican Diocese of Moosonee is a diocese of the Ecclesiastical Province of Ontario of the Anglican Church of Canada. It was created in 1874 from part of the Diocese of Rupert's Land, in what is now the Province of Rupert's Land, and transferred in 1912 to the new Province of Ontario. Now headquartered in Timmins, Ontario it was originally headquartered in Moose Factory. Its first bishop was the Right Rev. John Horden.
Following the retirement of the 8th Bishop of Moosonee, the Most Rev. Caleb Lawrence, in January 2010, an election synod was held on April 10, 2010, under the chairmanship of the Metropolitan of the Ecclesiastical Province of Ontario, the Most Rev. Colin Johnson. The synod election Tom Corston to be the 9th Bishop of Moosonee. He was consecrated as a bishop and installed as Bishop of Moosonee on July 6, 2010, and served until the diocese was reorganized as a mission area of the Province of Ontario, with the Metropolitan serving as bishop of Moosonee in addition to his jurisdiction in the Diocese of Toronto.
|2nd||Jervois Newnham||1893-1904 (subsequently Bishop of Saskatchewan 1903-1921)|
|4th||John Anderson||1909-1943 (Metropolitan of Ontario 1940-1943)|
|5th||Robert Renison||1943-1954 (Metropolitan of Ontario 1952-1954)|
|7th||James Watton||1963-1980 (Metropolitan of Ontario 1974-1979)|
|8th||Caleb Lawrence||1980-2010 (Metropolitan of Ontario 2004-2009)|
|9th||Tom Corston||2010-2013 (Assistant Bishop 2014-present)|
|10th||Colin Johnson||2014-present (Metropolitan of Ontario 2009-present)|
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