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Mon 26 Jun 2017 @ 20:35
RT @rhutch@Mustard_Seed1 @CofEPioneering it's a great book, been recommending it to lots of people
Church Representation Rules is a vital tool for all involved in parochial, deanery, diocesan and national Church governance. Full of essential information and guidelines, this 2017 edition has been extensively revised to reflect the most recent changes up to and including the provisions of the Safeguarding and Clergy Discipline Measure 2016. Also included are the rules governing: * the formation and revision of the electoral roll; * the minimum qualifying age for election to the Parochial Church Council or the deanery synod and methods of voting at the Annual Parochial Church Meetings; * chairmanship of the Parochial Church Council and the number and term of office of its lay members; * membership of deanery and diocesan synods and how the number of lay members to be elected to them is calculated; * membership of, and elections to, the House of Laity of the General Synod.
Clear, comprehensive, useful.
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Great product. Reasonable price.
Just what I needed as PCC secretary and Electoral roll officer
As described and what I wanted and expected.
Very useful publication..
This was precisely what the parish church needed as it updated its PCC Constitution and Committee Structures
I needed this updated version quickly
It tells me everything I need to know as a PCC Secretary. However, I also think it is significantly out of date - all the pronouns used to refer to incumbents, PCC members or whatever are male, and there is no reference to the digital age - no mention of emails, for example, to be used instead of postal communication. I think it needs a good update!
Good, clear reference document
It is an essential book for the PCC Secretary