The Bishop of Salisbury
The Right Reverend Nicholas Holtam
The first Bishop of Salisbury was St Osmund, appointed in 1078, when the dioceses of Sherborne and Ramsbury were merged. For a full list of Bishops, click here.
The current Bishop of Salisbury is the Right Reverend Nicholas Roderick Holtam, who was enthroned and commenced his public ministry in the Diocese on Saturday 15 October 2011. Click here for his CV.
Click here for Sermons, articles and media
Download his Thoughts for the Month here
For more information please contact:
Mrs Di Brisbane
Secretary to the Bishop of Salisbury
Tel: 01722 334031
South Canonry, 71 The Close, Salisbury SP1 2ER
Learn more about Bishop Nicholas' visits to all 19 deaneries in the Diocese of Salisbury during the first three months of 2015 by visiting this page.
Bishop’s Office Staff
The Ven Stephen Robbins CB, former Chaplain General and Archdeacon for the Army, is the full-time Bishop’s Chaplain.
Mrs Bridget Trump and Mrs Diana Brisbane are part-time Bishop’s Secretaries. Bridget has special responsibility for liturgy.
Mrs Alex Adair is the Bishop's Assistant Secretary, and works mornings only.
All the above staff are based at the Bishop's residence, South Canonry. Gerry Lynch is the Bishop's Press Officer and is based at Salisbury Church House - see contact details.