The Diocese of London comprises of c400 parishes north of the River Thames and within the M25 motorway. The Church of England in London is vibrant, growing and is at the heart of communities throughout the city. The purpose of the London Diocesan Fund is to support this work, seeking to use our resources to facilitate the ministry of our parishes and chaplains who seek to serve four million people.
The diocese has just launched a new 2030 vision, which outlines our priorities for the next 10 years. For an outline, please see our website: london.anglican.org/our-2030-vision.
At the heart of the vision is forevery Londoner to encounter the love of God in Christ.
To be the first point of contact with clergy, lay people and other visitors and callers to The Old Deanery.
To undertake reception and administration duties linked to the role and in support of the wider objectives of the offices of the Bishop of London and Archdeacons.
Front of House:
Events, Meetings and Hospitality:
The post-holder may be required to undertake any other duties that are commensurate with the role. Some flexibility will be required to support the occasional evening or weekend event and time off in lieu will be given as appropriate.
Experience, knowledge, training and qualifications
Aptitudes and abilities
The LDF exists to support the mission of the Church of England in London. The principal activity of the London Diocesan Fund is to operationally and practically serve and support the parishes and people within the Diocese of London, enabling the vision that every Londoner will encounter the love of God in Jesus Christ.