The Friends of the Deaf Chaplaincy was set up in October 2009.

Our aim is to raise the awareness of the Chaplaincy and importance of the continued presence of a chaplain to work among the Deaf Community in the Diocese of London. At present the Diocese of London is fully committed to continuing the role of Chaplain.

Events are held from time to time to raise funds and support the work of the chaplaincy. The funds raised so far are being held in anticipation of new work being set up in the East of the Diocese and work with children.

We have not been very active recently but hope to have renewed energy under the direction of the new chaplain.

Membership is free and open to anyone who wishes to support the work of the Chaplaincy.  You can also donate, giving a one off payment or setting up a regular Standing Order.

You can download the Standing Order form HERE: Standing Order

 Our last event was on Saturday 15th September 2012

We held a short AGM and welcomed a very special Speaker – DAVID BUXTON – who is CEO of the BDA!

Then at 7pm, we started an evening of entertainment.   Jerry Hanifin was interviewed by Jeff McWhinney. .

other events have included tours of significant buildings or history walks.

On  Saturday 16th June 2012 – 1 & half hour walking tour of City of London with BSL. We raised £51 to go towards the Schools Worker. Thanks for your support everyone!

At our AGM in September 2011 we had Guest Speaker Reverend Gill Behenna at HOLY TRINITY CHURCH, FINCHLEY ROAD.

Before that we had a Garden Party at the Royal Foundation of St Katherine (in Limehouse), Sunday 31 July from 2-4.30pm. Click here for some  photos .