New Chief Executive for London City Mission

Published 22 April 2013
(Photo: London City Mission)
Graham Miller with his family, wife Alison, and children, nine-year-old Harry (r), five-year-old Samuel (l) and one-year-old Annabelle.

Graham Miller has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of London City Mission.

He takes up his position as Chief Executive on 1 October. He succeeds the Reverend Dr John Nicholls, who served in the post from 2004 until his retirement this year.

Miller is currently working in East Asia with Crosslinks, He has extensive experience of leadership in a variety of business and charity settings in the UK, Europe, and East Asia.

He is a qualified management accountant and was theologically trained at both Cornhill and Oak Hill. He has previously led international student ministry at Dundonald Church, Wimbledon.

"After spending nine years serving in East Asia, I am very excited to be able to return as a missionary to London," said Miller.

"I am awestruck but also very grateful when I think of the faithful saints who have gone before me in this role.

"I remind myself that our great God can use even a cracked, clay jar like me to carry the glorious good news of Jesus Christ to London's unreached."

Mark Harding, Chairman of London City Mission, said, "Graham's training and background in business and organisational leadership will help him as he takes on the challenge of leading London City Mission, but what most impressed the Board was Graham's passionate commitment to the gospel.

"This is a key moment in the life of London City Mission, and we firmly believe that Graham has the vision, gifts and experience to lead us into the future.

"I am very much looking forward to working with Graham in the years ahead. Please do pray for Graham and his family as they make plans to return to the UK and prepare for the many changes that lie ahead."

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