Archdeacon of Dorking

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The Archdeacon of Dorking is a senior ecclesiastical officer in the Diocese of Guildford, responsible for clergy discipline and church buildings within the area of her/his archdeaconry.

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The Archdeaconry of Dorking is a subdivision of the Church of England Diocese of Guildford (itself part of the Province of Canterbury.) The archdeaconry consists of the deaneries of Dorking, Emly, Epsom, Leatherhead, Runnymede and Woking. [1] The archdeaconry of Dorking was split from archdeaconry of Surrey by Order in Council on 17 August 1928. [2]

List of archdeacons

Notes

  1. Henderson was consecrated as Bishop of Blackburn in October 2013. [18]

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  18. Rt Rev Julian Henderson consecrated as new Bishop of Blackburn (Accessed 27 October 2013)
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