Archdeacons in the Diocese of Southwark

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The Archdeacons in the Diocese of Southwark are senior clergy in the Church of England in South London and Surrey. They currently include: the archdeacons of Southwark, of Reigate (formerly of Kingston-on-Thames) and of Lewisham & Greenwich (formerly of Lewisham), the Archdeacon of Croydon and the archdeacons of Wandsworth and of Lambeth. Each one has responsibility over a geographical area within the diocese.

HistoryEdit

The Diocese of Southwark was created on 1 May 1905 from two Diocese of Rochester archdeaconries: the archdeaconry of Southwark and the archdeaconry of Kingston-on-Thames.[1] Parts of Surrey (from the dioceses of Winchester and of London) had first been transferred to Rochester diocese on 1 August 1877,[2] and were organised into the Southwark archdeaconry on 3 May 1878.[3] The Kingston archdeaconry was then created by Order in Council soon after, on 22 August 1879, by splitting the archdeaconry of Southwark.[4] Not long after the diocese's creation, the new archdeaconry of Lewisham was created, on 6 March 1906, from part of the Southwark archdeaconry and part of the diocese not previously in an archdeaconry.[5]

The archdeaconry of Wandsworth was created in 1973, the Croydon archdeaconry was moved from the Diocese of Canterbury on 1 January 1985.[6] In 1986, the archdeaconry of Reigate was created from a renaming and reorganisation of the previous archdeaconry of Kingston-on-Thames[7] and the archdeaconry of Lambeth was created from Southwark archdeaconry. Lewisham archdeaconry was renamed the Archdeaconry of Lewisham & Greenwich in 2008.

List of archdeaconsEdit

Archdeacons of SouthwarkEdit

On 1 May 1905, Southwark archdeaconry was moved from Rochester diocese to the newly-created Diocese of Southwark.

Archdeacons of Kingston-on-Thames and of ReigateEdit

The Archdeaconry of Kingston was moved from Rochester diocese to the newly-created Diocese of Southwark on 1 May 1905.
In 1986, the archdeaconry was renamed to Reigate.

Archdeacons of Lewisham and of Lewisham & GreenwichEdit

In 2008, the archdeaconry was renamed Lewisham & Greenwich.

Archdeacons of CroydonEdit

Archdeacons of WandsworthEdit

Archdeacons of LambethEdit

ReferencesEdit

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