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APCM

OCT
19

APCM


Monday, 19 October 2020 19:30 - 22:00
Highfield Church, Highfield Lane, Southampton SO17 1RL
APCM

The Annual Parochial Church Meeting is an opportunity to reflect on the events of the last year (2019) and elect members to the PCC and Deanery Synod as we look to the year ahead.

It might feel difficult to think back to 2019, especially right now when church looks so different, but do have a look at our Annual Report and celebrate all that God did through us last year.

We still have a number of vacancies on the PCC and Deanery Synod, so click here for more information and to find the nomination forms ahead of Monday's meeting.

As with our services, we have a limited capacity inside the church building due to social distancing so we will also be streaming the APCM live over zoom. Please reserve your seat or register for zoom - we'd love to see everyone there!


Agenda

Annual Parishioners’ Meeting 
Apologies for Absence 
Election of Church Wardens                                                   (Priest in Charge)

Annual Parochial Church Meeting (APCM) 
Apologies Minutes of the April 2018 APCM                              (Priest in Charge)
Election of PCC Members                                                      (Priest in Charge)
Secretary’s Report                                                                (Secretary)
Presentation of Accounts                                                      (Treasurer)
Treasurer’s Report Appointment of Auditor                            (Treasurer)
Fabric Report                                                                       (Chair of Fabric)
Employment Report                                                             (Chair of Employment) Deanery Synod Report                                                          (Priest in Charge)
The Way Ahead                                                                    (Priest in Charge)
Q&A