About ADOTT Leadership
The Rt. Rev’d Amos A. Fagbamiye, is the first Nigerian to become an Anglican Diocesan Bishop in 2011 in North America and Canada. He is the pioneering Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of the Trinity ADOTT which was formerly called the Missionary Diocese of the Trinity (MDT). The ADOTT currently has 66 clergy and 56 congregations spread over the United States of America and Canada.
It is a mission of the church of Nigeria Anglican Communion and a member of the Anglican Church in North America.
Prior to becoming a diocesan bishop. He was one of the first two Nigerian priests to be elected and appointed in 2007 a Suffragan Bishop of the Anglican Church in the Convocation of Anglicans in North America (CANA).
Bishop Fagbamiye is a trained Computer Scientist and retired from the Nigerian Military in the mid 1980s.
THE RT. REVEREND AMOS & MAMA ABIKE FAGBAMIYE
MAMA ABIKE FAGBAMIYE
He was ordained as a priest in the Diocese of Ondo in the Church of Nigeria Anglican Communion in 1989 and has worked in the Diocese of Lagos West as Vicar of St Jude’s Church Mende, Maryland Lagos and as the General manager of Bemil Company.
Bishop Fagbamiye is married to Mrs. Abike Fagbamiye who is the President of the Mother’s Union and Women’s Guild of the Anglican Diocese of the Trinity. She is a graduate of Pharmacy. They are blessed with 4 children and 9 grandchildren.