|The Rt Revd Henry Scriven BA(Hons)|
|Suffragan Bishop in Europe|
|Diocese||Diocese in Europe|
|Other posts||Mission Director for Latin America, CMS (2009–present) & honorary assistant bishop in Oxford and in Chichester (2010–present)
Assistant bishop in Pittsburgh (2002–2008)
|Ordination||1975 (deacon); 1976 (priest)|
|Born||30 August 1951|
|Parents||William & Jeanne Edwards|
|Spouse||Catherine Ware (m. 1975)|
|Children||1 daughter: Anna; 1 son: Joel|
|Alma mater||University of Sheffield|
Scriven was educated at Repton School in Derbyshire and later at the University of Sheffield. He then studied at St John's College, Nottingham. He was ordained in 1975 and served for four years in the Diocese of London followed by two years in the Diocese of Northern Argentina for the South American Missionary Society (SAMS).
From 1984 to 1990, Scriven continued with SAMS in Spain in the Spanish Reformed Episcopal Church. He then served for five years as chaplain for the British Embassy Church in Madrid in the Diocese of Gibraltar in Europe of the Church of England. On 8 March 1995, he was consecrated as bishop by George Carey, Archbishop of Canterbury, as Suffragan Bishop in Europe. He was also commissioned by Edmond Browning as an assistant bishop to the Convocation of American Churches in Europe in May 1995.
From 2002 to 2008, Scriven served the Diocese of Pittsburgh as assistant bishop. He is married to Catherine and has a daughter, Anna, and a son, Joel.
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