Parochial Church Council
The Work of the PCC
The Parish of Cirencester with Watermoor (and Chesterton) has a Parochial Church Council which meets every month. However, as a Parish, with three churches, there are committees that tend to deal with the day to day running of each respective church. All members of the groups represent the views of the congregations of their church.
The PCC meets to discuss matters such as finance, church buildings and parish life. The Deanery Synod, which includes representatives from each parish in the Deanery, meets four times a year to discuss matters of general church interest.
A number of sub-committees report directly to the PCC, often with their recommendations. These include:
Standing committee dealing with emergency matters, Finance committee, Parish Learning Group, Parish Property Group, Parish Social committee, Personnel committee, St Lawrence Congregational committee, Social Responsibility committee, Parish Property Group, Mission Giving committee, Church Hall at Watermoor Management committee.
Additionally the PCC have representatives on Churches Together in Cirencester, Christian Aid in Cirencester and the Women's World Day of Prayer.
The PCC consists of elected members from the three congregations who meet regularly to discuss matters that affect the three churches in the Parish of Cirencester. Churchwardens and clergy are also members (ex-officio). Those currently elected to the PCC can be seen in the Parish Directory, copies of which are in the churches, as well as on the link below.
Listed here are the public documents which the PCC have considered, as well as the minutes of meetings. For other matters concerning the PCC please contact the Parish Office who will put you in touch with the PCC Secretary.
Previous years' archives are also available.
|PCC Document||4 Oct 2018|
|PCC Document||16 Aug 2018|
|PCC Document||21 Jun 2018|
|PCC Document||21 May 2018|
|PCC Document||22 Apr 2018|
|PCC Document||21 Apr 2018|
|PCC Document||21 Feb 2018|
|PCC Document||25 Jan 2018|
|PCC Document||24 Jan 2018|