Anglican Diocese of Auckland
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The Diocese of Auckland is one of the thirteen dioceses and hui amorangi of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia. The Diocese covers the area stretching from North Cape down to the Waikato River, across the Hauraki Plains and including the Coromandel Peninsula.
The Diocese of New Zealand was established in 1841, and originally covered the entire country. In 1854, it was limited (as the Diocese of Auckland) to the Auckland region only.
List of bishops
|1841||1867||George Selwyn, Bishop of New Zealand||Sole bishop in New Zealand until 1856; primate from 1856; translated to Lichfield.|
|Bishops of Auckland|
|1869||1902||William Cowie||Also Primate from 1869; died in office.|
|1914||1940||Alfred Averill||Translated from Waiapu; also Archbishop of New Zealand from 1925.|
|1979||1985||Paul Reeves||Translated from Waiapu; also Archbishop of New Zealand from 1980; afterwards
Sir Paul Reeves, Governor-General of New Zealand.
|1994||2010||John Paterson||Also Archbishop of New Zealand from 1998.|
- Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia. "About". Retrieved 8 September 2011.
- Anglican Diocese of Auckland — Bishops, Episcopal Team & Diocesan Staff (Accessed 27 February 2017)
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