The Parochial Church Council, or PCC, is an executive committee of the Parish with powers and duties defined by certain Acts of Parliament. Its main function is to work with the Vicar on all matters of general concern and importance in the Parish including mission, finance, pastoral care, social issues and evangelism.
Members comprise the Clergy, Church Wardens, representatives of the Lay Readers and Deanery Synod and up to fifteen lay members who are elected each year at the Annual Parochial Church meeting.
Sub groups of the PCC have a brief that includes the areas of finance, property, communications and staffing.
Latest PCC approved minutes:
07 September 2017 (pdf, 115kb)
PCC approved minutes archive
26 January 2016 (pdf, 0.9mb)
24 May 2016 (pdf, 1582 kb)
13 July 2016 (pdf,212kb)
26 September 2016 (pdf, 143 kb)
29 November 2016 (pdf, 154 kb)
30 January 2017 (pdf, 153 kb)
21 March 2017 (pdf, 191 kb)
15 May 2017 (pdf, 141 kb)
18 July 2017 (pdf, 140 kb)
At the Annual Parochial Church Meeting in April 2017 the following were elected to serve for the coming year:
Andy Smith and Roger Cholmondeley
Deputy Wardens (Church Centre Quakers Road)
Malcolm Coles and Sally Green
Parochial Church Council members
Rev Jonathan Vickery, Rev Paul Peterson (Associate Minister and Chair of PCC), Rev Chris Dobson, Helen Barnett, Martin Brown, Jamie Paddon (vice chair of PCC), Adam Parfitt, Pete Tiltman and Deb Turpin
Deanery Synod representatives
Roger Cholmondeley and Andy Smith