Elections to the Parochial Church Council – Nominations by 17th April

PCC members 2015-1016

What is the PCC?

ThePCC is the elected body of the church which meets during the year to conduct business and make decisions concerning the life of St John’s.

How is the PCC elected?

People at St John’s who are on the Electoral Roll can be nominated for PCC. At the Annual Parochial Church Meeting (2oth April), an election will take place.

Five people are elected each year for a three year term initially. Only those who are on the Electoral Roll can take part in the voting.

Please pray for the nomination and election process and your part in it, so that just the right people are elected to this important ministry.

You can ask any member of the current PCC (pictured) about what it is like to serve on the PCC.

A copy of the PCC Nomination form is available to download here or can be obtained at Church. Deadline is Sunday 17th April.

Who should stand for the PCC?

Anyone who is on St John’s Electoral Roll and who feels called to serve the church in an official capacity.

PCC meetings usually take place each month with the exception of August and December.

Elections take place at the APCM on Wednesday 20th April at 7.30pm at St John’s.

To find out more about the APCM and the election process go to this link on our website.





30th Mar 2016 Posted in: News by Stella Jennings 0

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