Sheppard, David Stuart

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SHEPPARD, David Stuart

SHEPPARD, David Stuart. (Lord Sheppard of Liverpool). British, b. 1929. Genres: Theology/Religion, Urban studies, Autobiography/Memoirs. Career: Anglican clergyman: Curate, St. Mary's, Islington, 1955-57; Warden, Mayflower Family Centre, Canning Town, 1957-69; Bishop of Woolwich, 1969-75; Bishop of Liverpool, 1975-97. Played cricket 22 times for England, 1950-63. Life Peerage, 1998. Publications: Parson's Pitch (autobiography), 1964; Built as a City, 1974; Bias to the Poor, 1983; The Other Britain, 1984; (with Archbishop D. Worlock) Better Together, 1988; (with D. Worlock) With Christ in the Wilderness, 1990; (with D. Worlock) With Hope in Our Hearts, 1995; Steps along Hope Street (autobiography), 2002.