My name is Andrew Nunn and I am the Dean of Southwark. This is my second quinquennium as a member of the General Synod. It is a privilege to be able to take part in the place where so many of the decisions affecting the life of the Church of England are made. The General Synod meets at least twice and sometimes three times a year, in February in Westminster at Church House and in July on the campus of the University of York. In this way we meet for each Group of Sessions in both of the provinces of Canterbury and York.

This blog will contain my own impressions and reflections. It does not represent the views of anyone but myself and not of the Chapter or congregation of Southwark Cathedral, or the Diocese of Southwark, for whom I serve as a Proctor. However, I hope that my thoughts and prayers resonate with those of others.

Holy Land

A pilgrimage for returning pilgrims

My Lent Diary

A journey from ashes to a garden

In the Steps of Martin Luther

A Southwark Cathedral Pilgrimage 2017


Canda, Jerusalem, Mucknall

Southwark Diocesan Pilgrimage 2016

Hearts on Fire - Pilgrims in the Holy Land

A good city for all

A good city for all

In the Steps of St Paul

Southwark Cathedral Pilgrimage June 2015


Reflections from the Dean of Southwark

Andrew Nunn's reflections from General Synod

the personal views of the Dean of Southwark

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