The electoral roll has now been revised in preparation for the Annual Parochial Church Meeting on Sunday 3rd April. The roll is published for at least 14 days prior to the meeting. If you would like to see a copy of the names on the roll please contact the Parish Office. If you see any errors (spellings of names or incorrect titles) please contact Helen Parkinson, the Electoral Roll Officer for this parish.
Putting your name behind your faith
If you worship regularly at Holy Trinity, here are three reasons why you should put your name on the Church Electoral Roll:
Electoral rolls provide a true indication of the real membership and strength of the Church, both locally and nationally. Putting your name on the roll is a way of saying “I belong”; it is an act of commitment to your local church and to the Church as a whole.
Joining the electoral roll opens up the way for greater involvement in the life of the Church, at parish, deanery, diocesan and national levels. You become entitled to vote at the Annual Parochial Church Meeting (APCM).
It is an important statement of witness, and step along the path of discipleship. With your name on the electoral roll the strength of the Church can be seen in our area, and across the country.
To know which boxes to tick on the form you need to know whether or not you live in the parish. Here is a map of the parish: