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The Bishop of Salisbury

by Michael Ford last modified 18 May, 2018 11:16 AM

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 for Wikipedia.

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

 

Updated Listing Bishop Nicholas has asked people to consider supporting the work of the Friends of the Holy Land, and has forwarded a letter from the Most Revd Suheil Dawani, Anglican Archbishop in Jerusalem. Those seeking more information on FHL locally can contact Canon Jeremy Cresswell by e-mail.

 

Contacting the Bishop

For more information, please contact:

 

Renewing Hope

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Learn more about Bishop Nicholas' vision for the Diocese via this page.

 

Bishop’s Office Staff

Mostly based at South Canonry, 71 The Close, Salisbury SP1 2ER. Directions

Tony liaises with parishes on behalf of the Bishop.

Sally leads on general office administration, as well as compiling our Diocesan Cycle of Prayer.

Gerry is the Bishop's Press Officer, based at Church House, 99 Crane Street, Salisbury SP1 2QB. Directions

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