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David Jennings (bishop)

The Rt Revd
David Jennings
AKC
Bishop of Warrington
Diocese Diocese of Liverpool
In office 2000–2009
Predecessor John Packer
Successor Richard Blackburn
Other posts Honorary assistant bishop in Gloucester (2010–present)
Archdeacon of Southend (1992–2000)
Orders
Ordination 1967 (deacon); 1968 (priest)
Consecration 2000
Personal details
Born (1944-07-13) 13 July 1944 (age 70)
Denomination Anglican
Parents Revd Willfred & Nona de Winton
Spouse Sarah Fynn (m. 1969)
Children 3 sons
Alma mater King's College London
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David Willfred Michael Jennings (born 13 July 1944) was the Anglican Bishop of Warrington from 2000 until he resigned with effect from 31 October 2009.[1]

Jennings was educated at Radley College[2] and King's College London [3] before embarking on a curacy at Walton-on-the-Hill, Liverpool.[4] After a further curacy at Christchurch Priory he became an incumbent at Hythe in 1969. Further pastoral posts led to appointments as the Rural Dean of Havering in 1985 and as Archdeacon of Southend in 1992. He was ordained to the episcopate in 2000.[5] An inspirational preacher,[6] he is also a member of the Court of Liverpool University.[7]

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