Revd Canon Jonathan Boardman
Jonathan Boardman served as Chaplain at All Saints', Rome from November 1999 until he joined us here at St Paul’s, Clapham in July 2018.
Educated at Oxford, Cambridge and the Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome, he was ordained in Liverpool where he served his curacy. Precentor of St Albans Cathedral between 1993 and 1996, he then served as Team Rector of Catford and Downham, and Rural Dean of East Lewisham, both in South London. Since working in Rome he has developed the role of Senior Tutor at the Anglican Centre, playing a part in the planning and delivery of the Centre's annual academic programme.
His book Rome, a Literary and Cultural Companion was published by Signal (Second Edition 2006). He contributes an occasional diary piece to the Church Times. He has also been Archdeacon for Italy and Malta and was made a canon of Malta Cathedral in 2007.
Revd David Povall
David Povall was born and brought up in the North West of England. He read Law at the University of London and qualified as a barrister. He continues to practise in criminal law.
David studied part-time for ordination at St Augustine's College, and he was ordained deacon in September 2020, having served for 3 months at St Paul's as a licensed lay minister.
Revd Richard Lloyd Morgan
Honorary Assistant Priest
Richard has a long history with St Paul's going back over thirty years and originally worked as a curate at St Paul's after being ordained in 1998. Richard was a professional opera singer for many years in and 2003 became the Chaplain of King's College in Cambridge where he worked for 12 years. Now actively retired Richard lives in Clapham. We were very lucky to have the help of Richard on a temporary basis during the Vacancy in 2017.