Nick McKinnel

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Nick McKinnel
Bishop of Plymouth
Church Church of England
Diocese Diocese of Exeter
In office2015–2022
Predecessor John Ford
Successor James Grier
Other post(s) Bishop of Crediton (2012–2015)
Orders
Ordination1980
Consecration30 November 2012
by  Rowan Williams
Personal details
Born (1954-08-19) 19 August 1954 (age 68)
Bradninch, Devon, England
Nationality British
Denomination Anglican
SpouseJan
Children4
Alma mater Queens' College, Cambridge

Nicholas McKinnel (born 19 August 1954) is an English retired Anglican bishop. He served as Bishop of Plymouth (2015–2022) and Bishop of Crediton (2012–2015), both suffragan bishoprics in the Diocese of Exeter.

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Early life

McKinnel was born on 19 August 1954. [1] He studied at Queens' College, Cambridge, graduating Bachelor of Arts (BA): this was later promoted to Master of Arts (MA Cantab) as per tradition. He then trained for ordination at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, an evangelical theological college. [2]

Ordained ministry

McKinnel was ordained in the Church of England in 1980. [2] He served his curacy in the Diocese of London from 1980 to 1983. He served as a chaplain at the University of Liverpool from 1983 to 1987. [2] From 1994 to 2012, he was Rector of the Minster Church of St Andrew, Plymouth. [3] From 2002 to 2012, he was also a prebendary of Exeter Cathedral. [2]

In October 2012, it was announced that McKinnel was to become the Bishop of Crediton. [3] On 30 November 2012, he was consecrated as the eighth Bishop of Crediton by Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury, at Southwark Cathedral. [4] This was the final consecration undertaken by Williams before he stood down as Archbishop of Canterbury. [5]

In December 2014, it was announced that McKinnel would become the Bishop of Plymouth. [6] He was duly translated on 19 April 2015. [7] In January 2022, it was announced that he would retire in August 2022, aged 68. [8]

Honours

McKinnel was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Theology from Plymouth University in 2013. [9]

Styles

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References

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Church of England titles
Preceded by Bishop of Crediton
2012–2015
Succeeded by
Preceded by Bishop of Plymouth
2015–2022
Succeeded by