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Canon Richard Hearn KCHS
Cathedral Dean

dean@stgeorges.org.uk

Canon Richard was appointed Cathedral Dean by Archbishop Peter on 1st March 2015. The Dean is responsible for the cathedral parish and for all aspects of the running of the cathedral and the Amigo Hall. He is assisted in this task by the cathedral clergy and cathedral staff. There is a close relationship between St George's Cathedral and Southwark Anglican Cathedral and Canon Richard is a member of the Bishop's Council for Southwark Cathedral. He is also a member of the Order of the Holy Sepulchre and involved in the work of the Order supporting the Church in the Holy Land. Before arriving at the cathedral Canon Richard was a full-time prison chaplain and remains the Diocesan Advisor on Prison Chaplaincy.

Click here to read a welcome message from the Dean.

 
   

Father Oladele Craig
Sub-Dean

frcraig@stgeorges.org.uk

Fr Oladele Craig - "Fr Ola" as he is commonly known, arrived at St George's Cathedral in September 2014 after two years as Assistant Priest at Holy Ghost Church Balham. Fr Ola is the Sub-Dean of the Cathedral and the Cathedral's Master of Ceremonies. He also oversees the bookings of the Cathedral for various services and events. He coordinates the parish Confirmation Programme and he is also responsible for couples planning to get married in the Cathedral as well as parishioners planning to get married elsewhere. He is a part-time Chaplain to St Thomas' and Guy's hospitals and School Chaplain to the Notre Dame School, St George's Road.

For enquiries regarding any of the areas for which Fr Ola is responsible, please email him directly.

 
   

Father Thomas Bakulumpagi
Priest
bt@stgeorges.org.uk

Father Tom came to St George's as a deacon in September 2014 and was ordained to the priesthood the following December. Fr Tom is responsible for baptismal preparation and for the First Holy Communion programme. He also co-ordinates the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) which prepares those who wish to become a Catholic. Fr Tom is chaplain to St George's primary school and also one of the school governors. He is part-time chaplain to St Thomas' and Guys Hospitals.

For enquiries regarding any of the areas for which Fr Tom is responsible, please email him directly.

 

   

Father Stephen Haines
Assisting Priest (Retired)

Father Stephen is semi-retired and usually assists at the cathedral at the weekends. With the permission of the Archbishop Fr Stephen is an elected member of the Court of Common Council of the Corporation of London. This is an unpaid non-political role and enables Fr Stephen brings a Catholic perspective to the deliberations of the council. Fr Stephen has strong connections to the Philippines and spends time there every year where he ministers to the local Catholic Community

  For information about the Archbishop of Southwark - The Most Reverend Peter Smith, visit the website of the Archdiocese of Southwark.
 

Cathedral Staff:

Dee Matthew
Cathedral Secretary
dm@stgeorges.org.uk

Roy Collier
Site & Facilities Manager
facilities@stgeorges.org.uk

Nathaniel Matthew
Caretaker

Mariette Soundja-Kapche
Sacristan

Norman Harper
Director of Music
music@stgeorges.org.uk

Frederick Stocken
Organist & Assistant
Director of Music

 

 

 

 
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