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Parochial Church Council

The Parochial Church Council or PCC, is the executive body of a Church of England parish. It is constituted as a body corporate by the Church Representation Rules set out in Schedule 3 to the Synodical Government Measure 1969, and consists of the clergy and churchwardens of the parish, together with a number of representatives of the laity elected by the annual parochial church meeting of the parish. Its powers and duties are defined by certain Acts of Parliament and other legislation, principally the Parochial Church Councils (Powers) Measure 1956. It has the responsibility of co-operating with the incumbent (rector, vicar or priest) or priest in charge in promoting the mission of the Church in its parish.

Formally, the PCC is responsible for the financial affairs of the Church and the care and maintenance of the church fabric and its contents. These latter responsibilities are executed by churchwardens. It also has a voice in the forms of Service used by the church and may make representations to the bishop on matters affecting the welfare of the parish.

Our Members

Peter Bearman - Secretary 

Wendy Waller - Treasurer

Father Lawrence Smith

Father Michael Payne

Marion Fielder-White 

 

Saint Botolphs 

Shane Vilday

Valerie Lamb

Jane Goodall

Shelia Richens

Derek Wilkinson

Marie Bloxham

Barbara Osborn

Adam Boucher

Michael Bannister 

 

Saint Marks 

Andy Steel

James Shand

Beryl Shand 

Nassir Immanuel

Sue Wenman

Rebecca Davis

Steve Kench-Cannon

 

 

If you have suggestions for discussion at PCC please speak to Fr Lawrence or a member of the PCC.

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