|In office 2005–present|
Role Bishop of Grantham
Books Being Anglican
Name Alastair Redfern
Diocese Diocese of Derby
|Spouse Jane (dec.)
Consecration December 2, 1997
Predecessor Jonathan Bailey
|Other posts Bishop of Grantham (1997–2005)|
Ordination 1976 (deacon); 1977 (priest)
Born 1 September 1948 (age 67) (1948-09-01)
Residence Derby Church House, Derby
Education Christ Church, Oxford, Ripon College Cuddesdon
Christmas 2012 with the rt revd dr alastair redfern
Alastair Llewellyn John Redfern (born 1 September 1948) is the current Bishop of Derby in the Church of England.
- Christmas 2012 with the rt revd dr alastair redfern
- Derby human trafficking summit june 2014 the rt revd dr alastair redfern
- Early life and education
- Ordained ministry
- Episcopal ministry
Derby human trafficking summit june 2014 the rt revd dr alastair redfern
Early life and education
Redfern was educated at Christ Church, Oxford. Redfern received a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree in 2001.
Redfern was ordained a deacon at Petertide 1976 (27 June) and a priest the following Petertide (26 June 1977), both times by Kenneth Skelton, Bishop of Lichfield, at Lichfield Cathedral. He served as a curate in Wolverhampton. He then became a lecturer and later vice principal of Ripon College Cuddesdon. He was also an honorary curate of Church of All Saints, Cuddesdon between 1983 and 1987. From 1987 to 1997 he was the Canon Theologian of Bristol Cathedral.
He was ordained and consecrated to the episcopate on 2 December 1997 at Southwark Cathedral, to become suffragan Bishop of Grantham. In 2005, he was translated to be the Bishop of Derby.