Parochial Church Council (PCC)
The Parochial Church Council (PCC) is an official, elected body that shares responsibility for the Parish with the Vicar and provides an opportunity for parishioners to contribute to the running and direction of All Saints Weston.
Elections for membership of the PCC are held at the Annual Meeting of Parishioners (APCM). Nomination sheets for membership of the PCC can be found on the noticeboard at the back of the Church about four weeks before the APCM.
To be a member of the PCC, you need to be over 16, a communicant (i.e. baptised and confirmed) and listed on the electoral roll of All Saints Weston.
Annual Meeting of Parishioners (APCM)
This meeting takes place in March or April each year and provides an opportunity for parishioners to hear about the work of All Saints Weston and to ask questions. Our annual accounts are presented by the Treasurer.
To attend the meeting, you need to be on the electoral roll of All Saints Weston.
Click here if you would like to see the latest copy of the Annual Report and Annual Review.
This is an official list of the members of the congregation of our Church. You need to be on the electoral roll to be a member of the Parochial Church Council (PCC), to attend the Annual Meeting of Parishioners (APCM) and to be a sidesman.
To download a copy of the electoral roll form click here and hand the completed form into the parish office at any time but at least two weeks before the APCM if you wish to attend and vote.
These are two parishioners elected at the Annual Meeting of Parishioners (APCM) who work closely with the vicar and have the authority of senior officers of the PCC.