Bishop Stuart Robinson
Bishop Stuart P. Robinson was consecrated and installed as the 10th Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Canberra & Goulburn on 31st January, 2009 at St.Saviourís Cathedral, Goulburn. Bishop Stuart was elected at the Diocesan Electoral Synod on 2nd November 2008.
Bishop Stuart has served as an Anglican Priest and church planter in Australia and North-West Europe for more than 20 years. In 1989, Stuart led the team that founded Quakers Hill Anglican Church (in North-western Sydney), the student ministries on the Nirimba campus of the University of Western Sydney, and Parklea Anglican Community Church.
After a decade or so, Stuart accepted a new assignment in Brussels, Belgium as the Senior Minister at St. Paulís Tervuren and the English Church, Liege. In 2002 Stuart returned to Australia to work as a consultant with Evangelism Ministries and as the founding minister, Peninsula Anglican Church, Pyrmont. Stuart was the National Mission Facilitator for the Anglican Church in Australia and has Chaired a number of Christian organisations including, Church Army Australia, Gospel Outreach Ministries and St. Andrews Cathedral School, Sydney.
Stuart served as the rector of St. Paulís Chatswood from November 2005 until December 2008. Along with 60 published pieces on mission and evangelism, Stuart has written two books, "Mission Action Planning" (2004) and "Starting Mission-Shaped Churches: Australia" (2007). Stuart is married to Jane, a Special Education consultant and they have four adult children.