This year every parish in the Church of England has to create a completely new electoral roll. Even if you were on the old one you need to fill in a new form.
Who can be on the electoral Roll?
Baptised adults (over 16 years) who live in the parish, or who have worshipped regularly at St. Paul’s for at least six months and are committed to being part of the life of the local Church of England congregation.
Being on the electoral roll means you can attend and vote at the Annual Parochial Church Meeting, taking place this year on April 23rd. Enrolment is an act of commitment to St. Paul’s Church and the church as a whole. It opens the way for a greater involvement in the life of the church at parish, deanery, diocesan and national levels.
Forms are available from the Parish Office or you can download one here
For those on the current Roll there is an envelope with an application form for you in the parish office, on Sundays this will be at the back of the church.
The completed form must be returned to the Parish Office. These must be received by 26 March at the absolute latest. Late returns cannot be accepted.
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