The Chaplaincy is a registered charity, No. 1031806, and an incorporated limited company.
The Most Rev Henry C. Ndukuba, Primate of All Nigeria &
The Rt. Revd & Rt.Hon. Richard Chartres DD, the retired Bishop of London
The Rev Canon Dr Olu Adams is the Chair of the Management Committee.
The Venerable Dr Joe Ajaefobi who is a priest seconded from the office of the Primate of Nigeria and under the license of Bishops of London and Southwark is the Chaplain.
The Trustees of the Chaplaincy are:
1.The Rt. Rev Dr. Woyin Karowei Dorgu
2.The Rev Alastair Thom
3.Chief Mrs Abiodun Adebayo
4.Dr Olaposi Simeon Kehinde
5.Charles Walter Umpleby
6.Rev Canon Dr Dele Omotayo Agbelusi
7.Ms Folasade Odekeye
The Trustees and the management committee are the policy makers while the chaplain in collaboration with congregations implements the decisions to actualise the vision and mission of the chaplaincy. There are two primary areas of activity for the chaplaincy, best illustrated under the two headings: community and congregation. All congregational activities are self-supporting and sustaining, while the community based work is funded through a combination of civic, charitable trust, partnership and church grants.
The Chaplain as the director leads and oversees each sphere of activity, supported by volunteers. The role of Chaplaincy Administrator is vacant at the moment.
The Most Rev Henry C. Ndukuba (The Primate of Nigeria).
The Rt. Revd & Rt. Hon.
Dr Richard Chartres
(Retired Bishop of London)
The Rev Canon Dr Olu Adams
Chair Nigerian Chaplaincy management committee
The Venerable Dr Joe Ajaefobi