We are an inclusive church and want as many as wish to become fully involved in the way we work. There are so many opportunities to meet new friends, learn more about your local community, widen your horizons and have great discussions about our faith or anything else of importance. You can volunteer in a variety of different ways. You may wish to become part of our governing structure.
Keith Best, PCC Secretary, is a great point of contact to have an informal discussion about how you can get involved.
Electoral Roll Form
PCC Summary Reports
Annual Report and Financial Statements 2022
APCM Omnibus Report 2023
Presentation for May APCM
Safeguarding Report 2023
PCC Secretary Report 2023
Churchwardens’ report for APCM 2023
Rector’s Report for the APCM 2023
Annual Estate Fabric Report
Deanery Synod Report
Election of 7 PCC members
Election of Churchwardens
Election of 3 Deanery Synod Representatives
SJP Annual Report & Financial Statements 2021
AMP and APCM 8 May 2022 Minutes
SJP Safeguarding Report 2022
APCM Omnibus Report 2022
Diversity survey presentation for APCM 2022
Presentation for May 2022
APCM 2022 Treasurer Report
Congregational Report October 2023
Congregational Report September 2023
Congregational Report July 2023
Congregational Report April 2023
Congregation Report January 2023
Congregation Report December 2022
Congregation Report November 2022
Congregation Report October 2022
Congregation Report July 2022
Congregation Report June 2022
Congregation Report April 2022
Congregation Report March 2022
How do we run elections?
The following applies in the case of every election which takes place at the Annual Meeting:
(1) A candidate must be nominated, either before the meeting in writing or at the meeting, by two persons each of whom –
(a) must be entitled to attend the meeting, and
(b) must have his or her name on the roll of a parish.
(2) If the number of candidates does not exceed the number of seats to be filled, each candidate is declared elected.
(3) If the number of candidates exceeds the number of seats to be filled, an election must take place in accordance with the following provisions.
(4) Every lay person whose name is on the roll of the parish is entitled to vote in the election.
(5) Each person entitled to vote has as many votes as there are seats to be filled but may not give more than one vote to the same candidate.
(6) Votes may be given by a show of hands; but if one or more persons object to that, each vote is to be given on a voting paper signed on the back by the voter.
(7) If there is an equality of votes, the election is decided by the drawing of a lot by the presiding officer.
(8) On a recount of an election or a stage of an election, either on an appeal or at the request of the presiding officer or a candidate, if the original count and the recount are identical at the point when a lot must be drawn, the original lot must be used to decide.
(9) The presiding officer for an election at the annual meeting is the chair of the meeting.