Bishop of Fulham
Bishop of Fulham (English Bishop of Fulham ) is a 1926 -created office of bishop of the Anglican Church of England, which is named after the London district of Fulham. The Bishop of Fulham is subordinated as a suffragan to the Bishop of London and has no own diocese.
Originally, the Bishop of Fulham for Anglican communities was responsible in Northern and Central Europe ( Jurisdiction of North and Central Europe ), 1980 this remit, however, the Diocese of Gibraltar was transferred to Europe. Since then, the bishop had the role of a so-called Provincial Episcopal Visitors ( chaplain for those communities who reject the ordination of women ) in the dioceses of London, Southwark and Rochester. After the retirement of Bishop Broadhurst end of 2010 it was announced that the role of the Provincial Episcopal Visitors on Bishop is taken from Edmonton and the Bishop of Fulham to support as Regional Bishop Bishop of London in Episkopalbezirk Two Cities within the Diocese of London in the future.