St Barnabas is part of the Diocese of
The Diocese of London covers 277 square miles of Greater London north of the Thames from Staines in the west to the Isle of Dogs in the east and as far north as Enfield. It comprises the Cities of London and
The Diocese of
- 3.6 million people
- 1.6 million homes
- 479 churches
- 191 parishes classified as 'deprived' Urban Priority Areas
- 150 people in training for ordained ministry
- 69,000 adults listed as members on church electoral rolls
- 147 church schools
The Church of England in
The Church of England is growing rapidly in the Diocese of London. Electoral rolls show that church membership in the Diocese has increased dramatically - from 45,000 in 1990 to 69,000 in 2006.
Our Diocese is presided over by the
Bishop Richard is assisted by four Area Bishops who
exercise responsibility in their Episcopal Areas
St Barnabas is part of the Willesden Episcopal Area
The Willesden Area is served by our Area Bishop
Rt. Rev’d Pete Broadbent,
Each Area also has an Archdeacon - Willesden Area is served by the
Archdeacon of Northolt, The Ven.
Parishes in our Area are grouped into 4 deaneries based on borough boundaries.
Our deaneries are Brent, Ealing,
Each deanery is served by an Area Dean who supports the parishes in that deanery.
In the deanery of Ealing there are also 4 sub deans who assist the Area Dean.
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- 10am lively mass with music
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