Revd Canon Dr. Rosemarie Mallett - Revd Jessie Anand - Father Peter Milligan
Revd Canon Dr. Rosemarie Mallett is our Vicar.
Canon Rosemarie Mallett has been at our church since December 2007. She has lived in the UK most of her life, after moving here from Barbados as a child. As an adult she lived for substantial periods in West and East Africa as well as back in Barbados. In addition to a Bachelor of Arts in History and French from Sussex University and a doctorate in Sociology from Warwick University, Rosemarie has a diploma in Theology from Canterbury Christ Church University.
Hannah Abiri is our parish Southwark Pastoral Auxiliary.
Hannah Abiri is involved in leading the care of wellbeing of parishioners and coordinates the visiting team.
Angela Sherridan is our parish Midwife.
Angela is a specialist midwife who leads the parish midwife BabyTalk team. She is part of the leadership team of the church, working particularly with mums and babies, and co-ordinates the work of the volunteers in the BabyTalk team.
The Parochial Church Council: The PCC
The role of the Parochial Church Council is to provide an official elected team that shares leadership and decision making responsibility for the parish with its incumbent. Together, they co-operate to promote and provide leadership of the whole mission of the Church in prayer, in sharing the Good News of Christ, in welcoming and inviting people to share in God’s saving love for all, in helping those in need, especially disadvantaged members of society and in encouraging fruitful relationships with the local parish school and with other Christian denominations.
Church Wardens: Peter James-Cobbold & Ernestina Bangura
Secretary: Damilola Bamidele
Gift Aid Secretary: Joel Omishola
Social Secretary: Vaccant
Electoral Roll Officer: Peter James Cobbold
Deanery Synod Representatives: Sasha Levy
Safeguarding Officer: Maria McBean and Hanna Abiri
SPA: Hannah Abiri
Ordinary Members: Michelle Haffner, Claudette Jaggon, Cl;are Neely (Acting PCC Chair), Kunle Sowemino, John Kanu.
|St. John’s Church has pioneered a Youth Warden scheme over the past 5 years. We firmly believe that when young people actively participate in leadership roles, and their ideas and opinions are listened to and valued, they will feel respected and encouraged to make further contributions. The benefits to the church and to the young people include increased and improved communication skills, greater commitment to the church from the Wardens and other young people, positive influences on the church’s social environment and strengthened church spirit.|
For more information on a youth warden's duties and code of conduct please click here.
Our current Youth Wardens are Anu Adeniran and Oluwakorede Asunloye.