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The Bishop of Ramsbury

by Michael Ford last modified 13 Mar, 2018 09:31 AM

The Right Reverend Dr Edward Condry

The Bishop of Ramsbury is the Right Reverend Edward Francis Condry BA, BLitt, DPhil, MBA.

Updated Listing The Bishop of Ramsbury will be retiring at the end of April (more here). A consultation is running until Tuesday 20 March on the future of the See of Ramsbury - learn about the consultation and how to take part here.

Bishop Ed's contact details are as follows:

Click here for the Ramsbury Office and Team

This ancient title, first used in 909 AD, means that Bishop Edward is responsible for the Wiltshire parts of the Diocese of Salisbury (as well as one parish in Dorset and four in Hampshire). 

He was ordained in 1982, after studying for a doctorate at Exeter College, Oxford. He has been a parish priest in rural, suburban and urban parishes. In Salisbury he is particularly keen to promote the rural church. He was previously Canon Treasurer at Canterbury Cathedral where he was among other things responsible for the training of Bishops and Priests from around the worldwide Anglican Communion. 

Bishop Edward is married to Sarah. They have four grown up children. He claims to have played just about every sport apart from golf and beach volleyball. He is a keen cyclist for mental, spiritual and environmental reasons. He is currently training for a possible world record attempt on the Concept2 rowing machine

Bishop Edward gave up his car for Lent two years in a row, and started this blog to document the experience, which he keeps up to date occasionally.

The first Bishop of Ramsbury was Aethelstan, appointed in 909. For a full list of Bishops, click here.

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