St Paul’s Cathedral Melbourne is run by a team of dedicated clergy, administration staff and volunteers.


Dean of Melbourne

The Very Revd Dr Andreas Loewe FRHistS OStJ

Andreas Loewe is Dean of Melbourne and is responsible for the worship, mission and life of St Paul’s Cathedral, the Cathedral of the Diocese of Melbourne and Anglican Province of Victoria. He is passionate about people, and prays that the Cathedral may be a place where many can experience the transforming love of God.

Ministries and Groups

Here you will find a list of the groups of provide volunteer ministry to the Cathedral.

Cathedral Chaplains

There is a Chaplain on duty most weekdays, near the entrance of the Cathedral. Chaplains are there to meet with pilgrims and visitors, to talk and pray together. Chaplains are often asked questions about the spiritual life of this Cathedral and the Anglican Church in Australia. Most of our chaplains also preside at the Midday Eucharist. Becoming a Cathedral Chaplain is an opportunity for Anglican clergy, both retired and working in other parishes around the Diocese, to minister to interstate and overseas visitors, as well as local people.