How Do You Address a Bishop in Writing?


You can simply address a Bishop in writing as ‘The Right Reverend of (name)’ or ‘The Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of (name)’. You can also address them simply as Bishop or if it’s a formal event “My Lord Bishop”.
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