Archdeacon of Westminster

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The Archdeacon of Westminster is a senior ecclesiastical officer within the Royal Peculiar of the Dean and Chapter of Westminster, based at Westminster Abbey in London. The post entails overseeing the twenty-four parishes of which the Dean and Chapter are patrons, and being responsible for the pastoral care of the staff and volunteers of the Abbey.[1]

The post is currently held by The Venerable Jane Hedges, who is also Canon Steward of the Abbey.

Archdeacons of Westminster[edit]

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