The Parochial Church Council is the governing body of a parish church. It is also a charity, as any PCC with an annual income of more than £100,000 (like St. John’s) must be registered with the Charity Commissioners. The PCC is a team made up of members of clergy and lay members of the church. Together they are responsible for the overall wellbeing, practical as well as spiritual, of their church, the church members, and the church buildings. The PCC also has a duty to promote the mission of the church within the wider community. For more information on what the PCC does, take a look at this booklet .
Members of the PCC are elected each year at the Annual Parochial Church Meeting (usually held in April). Once elected, they usually serve a minimum of three years and may stand for re-election at the end of that term. If you would like to be nominated for the PCC, please contact the Church Office.
Back Row Left to Right: Piers Butterfield, Mike Jones, Paul Wareham, Nigel Day, Louise Leat, Noel Harrison, Matt Lee
Middle Row Left to Right: Ruth Atkin, Keith Loveless, Paula Jones, Jo Beach, Eddie Curry, Steve Cornick, Richard Ough, Stuart Hull, James Sharman
Front Row Left to Right: Nick Elbourne, Kathy Zeal, Maureen Pascall, Peter Breckwoldt, Ruth Hay, Gillian Mannouch, Nigel Paton
Members of the PCC not present: David Morgan, Caroline Stephens, Clive Wills
Click here for the 2019 PCC meeting dates
2018 and 2019 PCC Meeting Minutes:
17 April 2019 – Click here for the meeting’s minutes
16 March 2019 – Click here for the meeting’s minutes
28 January 2019 – Click here for the meeting’s minutes
26 November 2018 – Click here for the meeting’s minutes
PCC members are there to represent the views of the church family, so please feel free to talk to them on a Sunday or to contact the Church Office.