Anglican Diocese of Bunbury

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The Anglican Diocese of Bunbury is located in the south of Western Australia. The diocese is a part of the Province of Western Australia of the Anglican Church of Australia and a part of the Anglican Communion.[1][2] The diocesan bishop is the Rt Revd Allan Ewing, Bishop of Bunbury, who was installed as bishop in July 2010.[3]

List of Bishops of Bunbury[edit]

Bishops of Bunbury
From Until Incumbent Notes
1904 1917 Frederick Goldsmith Previously Dean of Perth; resigned and returned to England.
1917 1937 Cecil Wilson Translated from Melanesia; retired.
1938 1950 Leslie Knight Died in office.
1951 1957 Donald Redding Returned to parish ministry.
1957 1977 Ralph Hawkins Also Archdeacon of Perth; retired.
1977 1983 Stanley Goldsworthy Previously Archdeacon of Wangaratta; returned to parish ministry.
1984 2000 Hamish Jamieson Translated from Carpentaria.
2000 2010 David McCall Translated from Willochra.
2010 present Allan Ewing Previously an assistant bishop in Canberra and Goulburn.

Cathedral[edit]

The cathedral church of the dioceses is Saint Boniface Cathedral in Bunbury.[4] The cathedral is of brick construction in a modernist style with a prominent clock tower at the east end crowning the sanctuary. The foundation stone was laid in 1961 and the cathedral was consecrated on 14 October 1962.[5]

Further reading[edit]

Tredwell, J.J., The Cathedral Church of Saint Boniface, Bunbury, Western Australia, 1972

Bartlett, Joan, JOURNEY, A History of the Anglican Diocese of Bunbury, Western Australia, 2004,

ISBN 0975698109.

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