PCC 2019-2020

What is the PCC?

The primary purpose of the Parochial Church Council (PCC) is to discern, under God, Christ Church’s strategic vision and direction, but the PCC also has a number of legal responsibilities with regard to our buildings, finances, paid staff and legal compliance. As such, PCC members are considered ‘trustees’ by the Charity Commission.  The PCC meets eight times each year.

Find out more about what the PCC does and how it works in the PCC Handbook.

PCC Members 2019-20

The PCC is made up of Clergy, Church Wardens, members of the Deanery Synod and a number of elected members.  PCC members are elected at the Annual Parochial Church Meeting (APCM) each April.   To stand for the PCC you must be 16 or over and on the church Electoral Roll.  PCC members are elected for a three year term.  Some church staff also attend PCC meetings but cannot vote.
No Photo icon   Erica
Rachel Ambler      Rev Erica Bebb
Co-opted   Clergy
John B   Mark E
John Butler   Mark Ellis
Elected Member   Elected Member
Alasdair   Jonny
Aladstair Groves   Jonathan Hendry
Elected Member   Elected Member
Errol   No Photo icon
Errol King   Ryan Langdon
Deanery Synod   Deanery Synod
Paul   Janet
Rev Paul Langham   Rev Janet Lee
Vicar   Clergy
Val   Dave N
Val Moore   David Newton 
Deanery Synod   Elected Member
Cluff   Di
Cluff Noon   Di Noon
Deanery Synod   Elected Member
Mark O   Mark P
Mark Orriss   Mark Parsons
Elected Member      Operations Manager
Tavi   Neil
Tavi Price   Neil Shepherd
Elected Member   Curate
Catherine   Peter S
Catherine Simmonds   Peter Smithson
Church Warden   Elected member
Graham   David T
Graham Stuart   David Troughton
Church Warden   Elected member