Anglican Diocese of Adelaide
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The Anglican Diocese of Adelaide is based in Adelaide, South Australia. The diocese is a part of the Province of South Australia of the Anglican Church of Australia and a part of the Anglican Communion. The diocesan cathedral is St Peter's Cathedral, Adelaide.
The diocese was founded by letters patent of 25 June 1847 and now forms part of the Province of South Australia, together with the Diocese of Willochra (1915) and the Diocese of The Murray (1969). Since 1970, the Bishop of Adelaide, as the senior bishop of the province (known as the metropolitan), has borne the title of Archbishop.
List of Bishops and Archbishops of Adelaide
|Bishops of Adelaide|
|1882||1894||George Kennion||Translated to Bath and Wells.|
|1895||1905||John Harmer||Translated to Rochester.|
|1941||1956||Bryan Robin||Formerly Archdeacon of Hampstead.|
|1957||1970||Tom Reed||Became Archbishop of Adelaide in 1970.|
|Archbishops of Adelaide|
|1970||1975||Tom Reed||Bishop of Adelaide until 1970.|
|1975||1990||Keith Rayner||Translated from Wangaratta; translated to Melbourne.|
|1991||2004||Ian George||Previously assistant bishop in Canberra and Goulburn.|
|2005||present||Jeffrey Driver||Translated from Gippsland|
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The diocese was formed in 1847.
- Supplement to the New South Wales government gazette, 31 December 1847 (Accessed 21 December 2015)
- "History". Anglican Diocese of Adelaide. Retrieved 2015-10-11.