If you completed an Electoral roll form last year then you don't need to do anything, however...
Have you been coming to St Margaret’s Church for six months or more?
Have you been Baptised?
Are you aged 16 years+?
What does this mean for me?
Don't worry being on the electoral roll, doesnt entail you taking on any more commitments, but it does help to show the church's strength.
Representation on the governing bodies of our church depends on the number of names on the roll.
Joining the Roll is compulsory if you wish to stand for election to the PCC or other synodical council (Deanery, Diocesan or General Synod).
Joining the Roll gives you the right to attend and vote at the APCM (annual parochial church meeting).
It enables you to help in the democratic choosing of who stands on the decision making body of your church.
How do I register on the Church Electoral Roll?
All church members are invited to please complete an application form if you didn't complete one last year.
Application Forms are available to download below..
Due to Covid-19, the APCM has been postponed until later this year (date to be confirmed). Therefore the deadline for return of electoral roll forms has been lifted as the roll cannot be closed earlier than 28 days before the APCM.
Please return your completed form (by scanning or taking a photo)...
To: Clare Wilson (PCC Secretary and Parish Electoral Roll Officer)
By email: firstname.lastname@example.org
or please post it into the Parish Office.
** If you are unsure if this applies to you then please email Clare ASAP**
Click on the links above to sign up now.