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Peter Hall (bishop)

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Peter Hall
Bishop of Woolwich
Diocese Diocese of Southwark
In office 1984–1996
Predecessor Michael Marshall
Successor Colin Buchanan
Other posts Honorary assistant bishop in Birmingham (1997–present)
Ordination 1955 (deacon); 1956 (priest)
Consecration 1984
Personal details
Born (1930-09-02) 2 September 1930 (age 83)
Denomination Anglican
Parents William & Bertha
Spouse Valerie Page (m. 1957)
Children 2 sons
Alma mater St John's College, Cambridge

Albert Peter Hall (born 2 September 1930) was the Bishop of Woolwich from 1984 until 1996.[1]

Hall was educated at Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Blackburn and St John's College, Cambridge.[2] Ordained in 1956 he began his ministry as a curate at St Martin's, Birmingham after which he was the Rector of Avondale, Harare and then St Martin in the Bull Ring, Birmingham before his ordination to the episcopate. A keen mountain walker, he is married with two sons[3] and in retirement continues to serve the church as an honorary assistant bishop in the Diocese of Birmingham.


Religious titles
Preceded by
Michael Marshall
Bishop of Woolwich
Succeeded by
Colin Buchanan
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