APCM 2021

Updated: May 21

How we'd wish for 'precedented' times, as we continue to navigate the different and disorientating of these times! Governance and oversight matter greatly and we continue to cover much ground in getting our house in order and shaping up for mission and ministry in more agile and responsive ways. We get lots done and have much joy in the journey of it.

PCC mtgs have missed on that elbow-to-elbow, side-by-side fellowship at the Vicarage and again our APCM this year will feel very different in hybrid format, in person at St Peter's and on Zoom. Gladly join us in either format might you? We'll stand and stretch and take some air, ideally avoiding May rains as seats and spaces are cleaned after an 1140 finish of our 1030 service, for a 12noon business start this Sunday.

If you'd wish printed sets of these APCM papers, lets us know and we'll enable this, as per the links below. As with everything else, together patiently and with grace might we seek to navigate the restrictions well for the honour of God and the progress of faith in our community.

The APCM is to be held on Sunday 23rd May, in St Peter's Church and on-line via Zoom here. Meeting ID: 939 3427 6013 Passcode: 043319 Here are details of those who declared their willingness to serve:-

Warden elections for two places.

  • Sue Haward: proposed by Karen Ledger, seconded Angela Chapman.

  • John Wigginton: proposed by Paul Wiggins and seconded by Kevin Wren.

PCC elections for three places.

  • James French: proposer & seconder tbc.

  • Kevin Swift: proposed by Sue Haward, seconded David Pearson.

  • Sally Minnet: proposed by David Pearson, seconded Paul Wiggins.

We are thankful for God's work in our shared life and witness at St Peter's and St Paul’s. If you have any queries or concerns please don’t hesitate to contact Johnny Douglas vicarjohnny@stph.org.uk or by phone: 077990 72845 for printed sets of papers, or the PCC Secretary, David Pearson on pccsecretary@stph.org.uk or 07836 376803.

Here are the linked resources to support this aspect of our church life:-

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