Ministry and Vocations: New in post

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As part of your welcome and introduction to your new role, you will be assigned a peer mentor and will meet regularly with your Area Dean, as well as working with the Area Bishop, Area Director of Ministry and the Archdeacon. In this section, you will find invaluable information on the structure of the Diocese, the full induction process and links to essential contacts. Detailed information on the Clergy Terms of Service is available here and the full Church of England Clergy Guidelines are downloadable here.

New seedling

Supporting the wellbeing and personal and professional development of our clergy is an important responsibility for the Diocese, and there are a variety of resources available. The Training and Development and Clergy Wellbeing and Support sections contains much of the information you will need in successfully navigating your training, coaching, education, health and other needs.

Vision and culture

View of St Paul's Cathedral across the Millennium Bridge

Our vision is driven and sustained by our desire to know and serve God – Father, Son and Holy Spirit – and to make him known to all. The Values Statement is intended to be read alongside our other diocesan policies, including Capital Vision 2020 and the various College of Bishops policy papers. Underlining our vision and values is our far-reaching unconscious bias initiative.

Company of Servers London Chapter meeting with Southwark Servers

The Diocese provides a wide range of courses and events for continuing ministerial development for both ordained and lay ministers.Information on lay events is available here, and dates and booking via Eventbrite for clergy are available here.

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