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Electoral Roll

The electoral roll is the list of names and addresses of a church's membership.

Every person listed on the roll is eligible to attend the Annual Parochial Church Meeting (APCM). 

The roll is renewed every six years. The next renewal will take place in 2025. In years when the roll is not renewed, it is updated with the names of any new members and the names of those who are no longer members are taken off.

Notices of revision should be advertised 5-6 weeks before the APCM. Anyone who is not already a member and wishes to be entered on the roll should fill out an application form. The appropriate changes will then be made. The amended Electoral Roll is then displayed between 15-28 days before the Annual Parochial Church Meeting (APCM). Some parishes have an Electoral Roll Officer who will organise this.

Application forms to enrol in the Electoral Roll and notifications for revision and renewal of the Electoral Roll can be found on the Parish Resources website.

No one over 18 can be elected to the PCC until they have been Electoral Roll members for six months. People under the age of 18 can be elected to the PCC from their sixteenth birthday.

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