Araba Taylor sworn in as the Diocese of Southwark’s Deputy Chancellor (Deputy Judge)
Left to right: Diocese of Southwark Registrar, Jon Baldwin, Deputy Chancellor, Araba Taylor, Bishop Christopher, Chancellor, Philip Petchey
On Tuesday 28 September, Araba Taylor, Deputy District Judge and Barrister at Law, was sworn in as the Diocese of Southwark’s Deputy Chancellor (Deputy Judge) at Southwark Cathedral’s Evensong.
Araba, whose parents were born in Ghana, is the Diocese’s first Deputy Chancellor from a UKME background.
About the Diocese of Southwark
The Diocese of Southwark serves 2.8 million people in the 16 Local Authorities of South London and East Surrey through 356 places of worship – a Church of England presence in every community – and 106 church schools educating some 37,000 young people. It embraces many diverse communities and a large number of major institutions, many with global significance.