Saskatoon elects Andrews

Published December 1, 2003

Rev. Rodney Osborne Andrews, 63, was elected bishop of the diocese of Saskatoon on Nov. 15, succeeding Arch-bishop Thomas Morgan, 62, who retires at the end of the year. Mr. Andrews, who is rector at the parish of St. Alban in Rich-mond, B.C., diocese of New Westminster , is well known to the national church. He served as prolocutor of General Synod from 1998 to 2001, assisting Archbishop Michael Peers with the chairing of Council of General Synod and General Synod meetings.

He is also a member of the national financial management and development committee and a director of the Anglican Foundation.

Mr. Andrews spent his youth in Alberta and earned a bachelor of arts degree at the University of Saskatchewan and a bachelor of theology and master of divinity at the College of Emmanuel and St. Chad in Saskatoon .

Mr. Andrews has also had experience in the dioceses of Calgary , Montreal and Algoma, including positions as rector, armed forces chaplain and executive archdeacon. In New Westminster , he has served as Anglican chaplain at the University of British Columbia . Mr. Andrews is married with two grown children.


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