John-David Schofield

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The Right Reverend
John-David Schofield
IV Bishop of San Joaquin
Church Anglican
Diocese San Joaquin
In office 2009-2011
Predecessor none
Successor Eric Menees
Orders
Consecration 1988
Personal details
Born 6 October 1938
Died 29 October 2013
Fresno

John-David Mercer Schofield (October 6, 1938 – October 29, 2013[1]) was a bishop-in-residence in the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA).

Schofield was the rector of St. Columba's Inverness in the Episcopal Diocese of California. He served as the fourth bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of San Joaquin, from October 9, 1988, to October 22, 2011,[2] when the diocese was part of the Episcopal Church. In 2007, due to theological disagreements, Schofield led the majority of the diocese to join the Anglican Church of the Southern Cone and become the Anglican Diocese of San Joaquin. The diocese was a founding member of the Anglican Church in North America in June 2009.[3] He served as the first bishop of the Anglican Diocese of San Joaquin until his retirement in 2011, remaining as bishop-in-residence until his death.

Schofield died in Fresno on October 29, 2013, aged 75 years old.

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Anglican Communion titles
Preceded by
Victor Manuel Rivera
Episcopal Bishop of San Joaquin
1988 – 2007
Succeeded by
Jerry Lamb
(interim)
Preceded by
new title
Anglican Bishop of San Joaquin
2009 –2011
Succeeded by
Eric Menees