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Our Pastors

Rev.Dr. Paul Swarup is the Presbyter in charge of our Church. In May 2011, Rev. Dr. Paul Swarup took charge as the Presbyter in Charge of the Cathedral Church of the Redemption. Rev. Dr. Paul Swarup is a scholar in his own right, and besides many other responsibilities, he serves on the 15 member international team of Bible Translators for the New International Version (NIV) called the Committee on Bible Translation, who work with the original languages of Hebrew and Greek. He is also a linguist, well versed in several languages.

Rev. Dr. Christopher Raj is Pastoring the Tamil worshippers of Cathedral Congregation. He is also Professor at the Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. He was awarded three international fellowship, Senior Fulbright Fellowship and was attached to the Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C., Frierich Ebert Stiftung Fellow as visiting Professor at Constance University, Germany, Canada Shastri Fellow as visiting Fellow at the Waterloo University, Canada. He has written five books and many research articles on : Church and Nuclear Peace movements, Church and Landmines bans; Multiculturalism, Christian Minority in India, and Pastoral Praxis and the Marginalised.

Rev.Fr. Jaikumar of the Delhi Brotherhood Society is Assistant Presbyter and works primarily with Hindi Congregation.

Regular pastoral visits and care have been provided by the Pastoral team to the members of the Cathedral family residing in Delhi and NCR.

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