The PCC (Parochial Church Council) is the collective leadership and driving engine of any parish church within the Church of England.  It is a committee of church members that normally meets four times a year to manage the running of the church. The Vicar, Churchwardens and Licensed Lay Minister are continuing members, but twelve people are elected by the congregation, each serving for three years. The current PCC members can be seen on a picture board on the PCC stand in the Parish Centre.

The PCC reports on its work to the Annual Parochial Church Meeting (APCM) which is held in April and is open to all. This is when the PCC members are elected:

The PCC works with the Oxford Diocese – click here

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