Winfield Mott

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The Right Reverend
Winfield Mott
Diocesan Bishop
Church Anglican
Diocese Anglican Diocese of the Southwest
In office 2013-incumbent
Consecration 2011

Winfield Mott is an American Anglican bishop. He is a bishop in the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) and at the Reformed Episcopal Church.[1] He became the second bishop of the Reformed Episcopal Diocese of the West in 2011.


Mott was previously a parish priest in Deming and Silver City, New Mexico from 2000 until 2011. He serves as a member of ACNA's Ecumenical Relations Task Force. In 2011, he was elected vicar-general for ACNA's Anglican Diocese of the Southwest. He became their first Vicar General upon their admission at ACNA as a full member diocese in June 2013.[2] He held office both as bishop of the REC Diocese of the West and as Vicar General of the Anglican Diocese of the Southwest, which he was until 2014.


Anglican Communion titles
Preceded by
Diocese created
Vicar General of the Diocese of the Southwest
Succeeded by
J. Mark Zimmerman (as first bishop)
Preceded by
Richard Boyce
Diocesan Bishop, Diocese of the West
Succeeded by