Bishop of Moray, Ross and Caithness


Bishop of Moray, Ross and Caithness

The Cathedral of St Andrew in Inverness, Scotland, is the mother church of the Diocese of Moray, Ross and Caithness within the Scottish Episcopal Church.

Revd Mark Strange was elected as the new bishop on 2 June 2007 and was consecrated and installed on 12 October 2007. [cite web|url=http://www.morayrossandcaithness.co.uk/artman/publish/article_126.shtml|title=New Bishop|accessdate=2007-06-19|date=2007-06-02|work=Diocesan website, news section] [cite web|url=http://www.scotland.anglican.org/index.php/news/entry/new_bishop_elected_for_moray_ross_caithness/|title=New Bishop Elected for Moray, Ross & Caithness|accessdate=2007-12-07|date=2007-06-02|work=Website of the Scottish Episcopal Church, news section] [cite web|url=http://www.morayrossandcaithness.co.uk/artman/publish/article_128.shtml|title=Ordination of New Bishop|accessdate=2007-12-07|date=2007-10-12|work=Diocesan website, news section]

Bishops

Incomplete list
*1727 William Dunbar
*1777, William Falconar
*1819, David Low (Bishop of Ross) from 1838 also Moray
*1851 Robert Eden
*1886 James Butler Knill Kelly
*1904 Arthur John Maclean
*1942 Piers Holt Wilson (to 1952)
*1952 Duncan McInnes
*1970 George Minshull Sessford
*1994 Gregor MacGregor
*1999 John Michael Crook
*2007 Mark Strange

References

External links

* [http://www.morayrossandcaithness.co.uk/ The Diocese of Moray, Ross and Caithness]


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