|Ecclesiastical province||Province of Canterbury|
|Residence||Bishop's Lodge, Worth (1993–2013)|
Waterloo, Belgium (since 2014)
|First holder||George Tomlinson|
|Diocese||Diocese in Europe|
|Cathedral||Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, Gibraltar|
The diocese provides the ministry of Anglican chaplains, not only in the area of Gibraltar in British jurisdiction but also in all of mainland Europe, Morocco and the territory of the former Soviet Union. The see is based in the City of Gibraltar where the bishop's seat is located at the Cathedral Church of the Holy Trinity. Between 1993 and 2013, the bishop's residence was in England at Bishop's Lodge in Worth, Crawley, West Sussex (close to Gatwick Airport, to facilitate ease of travel). Since 2014, however, the bishop has been based in Waterloo, Belgium. The diocesan office and administrative team, with the office of the suffragan bishop, is in Tufton Street, London, part of the Church House complex.
The bishopric has existed since the union in 1980 of the see of Gibraltar (founded 1842) with the Jurisdiction of North and Central Europe of the see of London (headed by the suffragan Bishop of Fulham). Robert Innes was commissioned and consecrated Bishop in Europe on 20 July 2014.
List of Anglican Bishops of Europe
(Any dates appearing in italics indicate de facto continuation of office. The start date of tenure below is the date of appointment or succession. Where known, the date of installation and ordination as bishop are listed in the notes together with the post held prior to appointment.)
|Bishops of Gibraltar|
|1842||1863||George Tomlinson||A founder of the Cambridge Apostles|
|1868||1873||Charles Harris||Resigned due to ill health, October 1873|
|1874||1903||Charles Sandford||Died in office, 8 December 1903|
|1904||1911||William Collins||Died in office, 22 March 1911|
|1911||1920||Henry Knight||Died in office, 27 November 1920|
|1921||1927||John Greig||Translated to Guildford 1927|
|1927||1932||Frederick Hicks||Translated to Lincoln 1932|
|1947||1953||Cecil Horsley||Died in office, 10 March 1953|
|1970||1980||John Satterthwaite||Also Bishop of Fulham. Translated to Gibraltar in Europe 1980|
|Bishops of Gibraltar in Europe|
|1993||2001||John Hind||Translated to Chichester|
|2001||2013||Geoffrey Rowell||Retired 8 November 2013.|
Suffragan and assistant bishops
The bishop also has one suffragan bishop, known as the Suffragan Bishop in Europe (currently David Hamid) and various honorary assistant bishops from the Church of England and other churches in communion with the Church of England.
Edmund Capper and Ambrose Weekes were assistant (auxiliary) bishops of the diocese in 1988. Ken Giggall, former Bishop of St Helena, Chaplain of Sanremo with Bordighera was also an Auxiliary Bishop (1979–1981).
- Pius IX once remarked on meeting the bishop of the time, "Then I am in your diocese." (J.A.Gere and John Sparrow (ed.), Geoffrey Madan's Notebooks, Oxford University Press, 1981)
- Diocese in Europe – New Diocesan Bishop Appointed Archived 2014-05-08 at the Wayback Machine (Accessed 7 May 2014)
- Diocese in Europe – Bishop announces his retirement
- "Declaration of Unity, Witness and Mission". Church Times (#AAMBIT 3). 1 July 1988. p. 1. ISSN 0009-658X. Retrieved 22 July 2019 – via UK Press Online archives.
- "Giggall, George Kenneth". Who's Who. ukwhoswho.com. A & C Black, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing plc. Retrieved 28 February 2020. (subscription or UK public library membership required)
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Anglican bishops of Gibraltar.|
- Whitaker's Almanack 1883 to 2004, Joseph Whitaker and Sons Ltd/A&C Black, London
- Diocese in Europe – Bishops