The See of Fulham

The Bishop of Fulham fulfils the role of a provincial episcopal visitor for the dioceses of London, Southwark and Rochester. This means having pastoral oversight of those parishes in the three dioceses which cannot, on grounds of theological conviction, accept the ordination of women to the priesthood and episcopate

The Bishop of Fulham

Bishop Jonathan trained for the ordained ministry at St Stephen’s House, Oxford. He served his first curacy at Ascot Heath in Oxford Diocese from 1993 to 1996 and then moved to become Priest-in-Charge and subsequently Vicar of both St Mark’s and Holy Trinity, Reading, from 1999 to 2002. In 2003 he was appointed Principal at Pusey House, Oxford. He was consecrated as the fourth Bishop of Ebbsfleet on 16 April 2011 in Southwark Cathedral.

Bishop Jonathan is also licensed as Guild Vicar of St Dunstan-in-the-West in the City of London.

Prayer Calendar for Parishes in the Fulham Jurisdiction

  • 1st: – Jonathan, Bishop of Fulham
  • 2nd: – Bishops Peter Wheatley and Robert Ladds
  • 3rd: – All Saints’, Notting Hill
    • All Saints’, Twickenham
    • Christ the King, Gordon Square
  • 4th: – S. James’, Garlickhythe
    • Holy Trinity, Hoxton
  • 5th: – Holy Trinity, Winchmore Hill
    • S. Alban, Holborn
    • S. Andrew, Kingsbury
  • 6th: – S. Andrew & S. Francis, Willesden Green
    • S. Anslem, Hatch End
  • 7th: – S. Augustine, Kilburn
    • S. Bartholomew, Stamford Hill
  • 8th: – S. Benet Fink, Tottenham
    • S. Philip the Apostle
  • 9th: – S. Cuthbert, Philbeach Gardens
    • S. Dunstan, Cranford
  • 10th: – S. Gabriel, Pimlico
    • S. George, Hanworth
  • 11th: – Holy Redeemer, Clerkenwell
    • S. Mary, Tottenham
    • S. John, Kensal Green
    • Holy Trinity, Stroud Green
  • 12th: – S. Luke, Shepherd’s Bush
    • S. Magnus the Martyr, London Bridge
  • 13th: – S. Mary, Hayes
    • S. Mary, Kenton
  • 14th: – S. Mary, South Ruislip
    • S. Mary Stanwell
    • S. Matthew, Sinclair Road
  • 15th: – S. Matthew, Ashford
    • S. Matthew, Willesden
  • 16th: – S. Peter, London Docks
    • S. Paul, New Southgate
    • S. Silas, Pentonville
  • 17th: – S. Stephen Gloucester Road
    • S. Michael, Ladbroke Grove
    • S. Pancras Old Church
  • 18th: – All Saints’, East Finchley
    • S. Mark, Noel Park
  • 19th: – S. Alphage, Hendon
    • S. Augustine, Grahame Park
  • 20th: – All Hallows, Gospel Oak
    • S. Silas with Holy Trinity, Kentish Town
  • 21st: – S. Benet, Kentish Town
    • S. Alphege, Edmonton
  • 22nd: – S. Peter & S. Paul, Enfield Lock
    • S. Matthew, Ponders End
    • All Hallows, Tottenham
  • 23rd: – The Bishops of London, Southwark and area Bishops of the Dioceses
  • 24th: – The Ascension, Lavender Hill
    • All Saints’, Benhilton
    • All Saints’, Sydenham
  • 25th: – All Saints’, South Wimbledon
    • S. Agnes, Kennington Park
    • S. Hilda, Crofton Park
  • 26th: – S. Luke, Kingston
    • S. Alban, South Norwood
  • 27th: – S. Mary, Rotherhithe
    • S. Michael, Abbey Wood
  • 28th: – S. Michael, Croydon
    • S. Nicholas, Plumpstead
  • 29th: – S. Olave, Mitcham
  • 30th: – S. Stephen. Lewisham
  • 31st:- Bishops of The Society and other clergy who look to the Bishop of Fulham.
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