About Sion College
Sion College, founded in 1630, is a body of central London clergy which celebrates, supports and challenges the Anglican ministry within the capital by promoting learning and fellowship among the clergy of London.
The College comprises
Fellows - mainly ex-officio, including Incumbents of certain central London parishes, but also some elected to honour their contribution to our College or Diocese.
Members - All Anglican clergy can apply to be members. The annual subscription ensures full details of, and invitation to, events organised by the College.
Sion College is administered by a Court of Governors elected annually from among a fellowship of incumbents denoted by royal charter.
The College enjoys the services of an Administrator, Jeremy Smith, who is based at the College’s offices at Faith House, 7 Tufton Street, London SW1P 3QB.