|Former Bishop of Natal|
|Born||3 April 1934|
|Previous post||Bishop of Pretoria|
He was educated at Maritzburg College, the University of Natal and Rhodes University and ordained in 1965. His first post was as a curate at Grahamstown Cathedral where he was later to return as Dean. In 1975 he was elevated to the Episcopate as Bishop of Pretoria. After seven years he was translated to Natal. He was Bishop of Natal until 2000. He continues to serve the Church in retirement.
Nutall has written and contributed to a number of works including:
- René De Villiers, ed. (1972). "Religion". Better than they knew. Purnell. p. 191.
- Authority in the Anglican Communion 1987
- Prayerfulness in the Spirit 2002
- John Suggit & Mandy Goedhals, ed. (1998). Change and challenge: essays commemorating the 150th anniversary of the arrival of Robert Gray as first bishop of Cape Town [20th February 1848). Church of the Province of Southern Africa. p. 55. ISBN 978-0-9584213-2-4.
- Number two to Tutu: a memoir. Cluster. 2003. ISBN 978-1-875053-34-6.
- Nuttall, Michael. "Receiving Communion from the Hands of a Woman Priest: A Milestone in the Life of the Church of the Province of Southern Africa." Women Hold Up Half The Sky: Women in the Church in Southern Africa (1991): 267-273.
- Charles Hefling & Cynthia Shattuck, ed. (2006). "The Province of Southern Africa". The Oxford Guide to The Book of Common Prayer : A Worldwide Survey: A Worldwide Survey. Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-972389-8.
- Interview with Bishop Michael[dead link]
- Who's Who 2008. A&C Black. 2007. ISBN 978-0-7136-8555-8.
- Oxford University Press (1976). Crockford's Clerical Directory: A Reference Book of the Clergy of the Provinces of Canterbury and York and of Other Anglican Provinces and Dioceses. Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-200008-8.
|Anglican Church of Southern Africa titles|
| Dean of Grahamstown
| Bishop of Pretoria
Richard Austin Kraft
| Bishop of Natal
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