The Society currently has chapters in the dioceses listed below. In some cases these are joint chapters across two dioceses with the partner diocese listed in brackets. The name given is that of the chapter rector.
The Church of England
Province of Canterbury
Canterbury The Revd David Vannerley
Chelmsford The Revd Teresa Wynne
Chichester The Revd John Joyce
Coventry The Revd Canon Richard Williams
Derby The Revd Stephen Short
Ely The Revd Joan Horan
Europe The Revd Canon Peter Edwards
Exeter The Revd Simon Rundell
Gloucester The Revd Michael Garland
Guildford The Revd Deborah Scott-Bromley
Leicester The Revd Trevor Thurston-Smith
Lincoln The Revd Richard Crossland
Lichfield The Revd John Cotterill
London The Revd Simon Buckley
Norwich The Revd Chris Davidson
Oxford The Revd Canon Richard Hancock
Peterborough The Revd Philip Ball
Portsmouth [Winchester] The Revd Samantha Duddles
Rochester The Revd Brian McHenry
St Albans [contact] The Revd Bernard Minton
St Edmundsbury & Ipswich The Revd Canon Barbara Bilston
Salisbury The Rt Revd Bill Ind
Southwark The Revd Roxanne Hunte
[Joint Rectors] The Revd Geoffrey Thompson
Winchester [Portsmouth] The Revd Samantha Duddles
Worcester The Revd Canon Colin Jones
Province of York
Blackburn[Liverpool] The Revd Chris Holden
Carlisle The Revd Canon Jan Kearton
Chester The Revd Michael Burgess
Durham[Newcastle] The Revd Canon Sue Pinnington
Liverpool[Blackburn] The Revd Chris Holden
Manchester The Revd Canon Ian Gomersall
Newcastle[Durham] The Revd Canon Sue Pinnington
Leeds The Revd Ralph Hudspeth
Southwell & Nottingham The Revd Sally Bayliss
York The Revd Dr Rowan Williams
The Church of Ireland [Provinces of Armagh and Dublin]
Ireland The Revd Raymond Rennix (Province of Armagh)
Vice Rector: The Revd Norman Gamble (Province of Dublin)
The Church in Wales
Bangor The Revd Robert Townsend
Llandaff [Monmouth] The Revd Mark Owen
Monmouth [Llandaff] The Revd Mark Owen
St Asaph The Revd Canon Rex Matthias
St Davids contact: The Revds Andrew & Rhiannon Johnson
From the UK or Europe?
If you are interested in becoming a member of the European Province of SCP, please contact our membership secretary, Fr John Joyce.
From Australia or the USA?
Chapters are likely to be formed soon in Australia and the United States. If you would like to work to create new international chapters, please contact our Membership Secretary, Fr John Joyce in the first instance.
Dioceses and provinces currently without chapters
Our Society is a federation of chapters. If you do not yet have a chapter in your area, you might think about asking a few like-minded local clergy if they would be interested in forming one. Our Manual gives details about our aims, and explains the process for establishing a new chapter, which may cover more than one diocese. Alternatively you might take part in a chapter in a neighbouring diocese, if one exists within a reasonable travelling distance.
The Society is open to clergy in any diocese in communion with the Archbishop of Canterbury. Currently, chapters exist in the United Kingdom and Europe, The United States of America and Canada, and Australia.
Amendents and corrections
In order to keep this page up to date, please advise any changes to our membership secretary, Fr John Joyce.