Bishop at Lambeth
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The Bishop at Lambeth is a position within the hierarchy of the Church of England. It is a non-diocesan appointment in which an experienced bishop acts as head of staff to the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Past and present bishops
|Bishops at Lambeth|
|1984||1992||Ronald Gordon||Previously Bishop of Portsmouth (1975–1984). Also became Bishop to the Forces (1985–1990).|
|1992||1994||John Yates||Previously Bishop of Gloucester (1975 –1992).|
|1994||1999||Frank Sargeant||Previously Bishop of Stockport (1984–1994).|
|1999||2004||Richard Llewellin||Previously Bishop of Dover (1992–1999). Appointed in 1999. Became Chairman of the Anglican Society for the Welfare of Animals (ASWA).|
|October 2013||2017 (announced)||Nigel Stock||Previously Bishop of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich; retiring during August 2017.|
|September 2017 onwards||bishop-designate||Tim Thornton||Currently Bishop of Truro.|
- Honorary Fellowship Awarded To Bishop of Lambeth. Retrieved on 23 August 2011.
- ASWA Committee & Officers. Retrieved on 23 August 2011.
- Changing Attitude – The Southwark CNC
- "Announcement of staff changes in the Archbishop's staff" (Press release). Lambeth Palace. Retrieved 25 June 2013.
- Archbishop of Canterbury — Nigel Stock announces retirement as Bishop at Lambeth (Accessed 17 March 2017)
- Lambeth Palace — Tim Thornton announced as new Bishop at Lambeth (Accessed 4 April 2017)
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