London Diocesan Fund

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The Diocese of London includes parishes, schools, chaplaincies and missional communities. The Diocese is overseen by the Bishop of London, assisted by Area Bishops, Archdeacons, and senior staff, and administered by the staff of the London Diocesan Fund (“LDF”). Its Cathedral is St Paul’s.

Within the Diocese of London, there are:

• Over 4 million people • 500+ worshipping communities • 1,000 clergy and ministers

• 200 men and women in training for ministry • 73,000+ adults on electoral rolls • 85,000+ regular worshippers

The Diocese of London is made up of over 400 parishes, along with numerous new worshipping communities, extensive number of chaplaincies and over 150 schools which are overseen by the London Diocesan Board for Schools. The LDF is the central organisation. This is a pivotal time in terms of shaping the future safeguarding arrangements within the Church of England. Following the final report from the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse regarding the Church of England, the Church nationally is working to create new safeguarding structures which will address past failures and ensure future confidence in safeguarding arrangements and decisions. The Independent Chair will have a key voice in shaping the future and in building a culture of excellence in safeguarding within the diocese



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London Diocesan Fund £31,200 per year Hackney, Greater London (Hybrid)
Closing 02 August 2024