Stephen Andrews

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For the Canadian artist, see Stephen Andrews (artist).

Stephen Andrews is the current Anglican Bishop of Algoma.[1][2]

He studied classics at the University of Colorado and theology at Regent College and Wycliffe College, gaining an M.Div. degree in 1984. After spending two years in London as a study assistant he was ordained in the Diocese of Nova Scotia. He then served as Assistant Curate at St Paul’s, Halifax until 1990 and in 1994 was appointed Rector of The Cathedral Church of St. Alban the Martyr in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan and Dean of Saskatchewan, serving in those roles until 2001. [3]

In 2001 he was appointed President, Vice Chancellor and Provost of Thorneloe University, working in that capacity until his consecration as Bishop of Algoma in 2008.

Andrews is married with two daughters.[4]

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Religious titles
Preceded by
Ronald Curry Ferris
Bishop of Algoma
2008 – present
Succeeded by
incumbent