The Bishop of Grantham is an episcopal title used by a suffragan bishop of the Church of England Diocese of Lincoln, in the Province of Canterbury, England. The title takes its name after the market town of Grantham in Lincolnshire.
Nicholas Chamberlain was consecrated Bishop of Grantham on 19 November 2015. In 2016, Chamberlain announced he is gay and in a partnership, becoming the first bishop so to do in the Church of England.
|Bishops of Grantham|
|1920||1930||John Hine||Archdeacon of Lincoln (from 1925); resigned his see and became an assistant bishop, at Swayne's request, to make way for Blackie.|
|1930||1935||Ernest Blackie||Translated to Grimsby|
|1935||1937||Arthur Greaves||Translated to Grimsby|
|1965||1972||Ross Hook||Translated to Bradford|
|1987||1997||Bill Ind||Translated to Truro|
|1997||2006||Alastair Redfern||Translated to Derby|
|2006||26 September 2013||Tim Ellis||Area bishop, 2010–2013|
|2013||2015||vacancy||Upon Ellis' resignation, it was announced that the see was not to be filled.|
|2015||present||Nicholas Chamberlain||since his consecration on 19 November 2015.|