St Andrew’s, Feniton – Annual Revision of Electoral Roll 2021

What is the Electoral Roll?

The church’s Electoral Roll is the register of its voting members; it is a list of those qualified to attend and to vote at the Annual Parochial Church Meeting. Electoral rolls provide an indication of the real membership and strength of the church.

Who can be on the electoral Roll?

Baptised adults (over 16 years) who live in the parish, or who have worshipped regularly at St. Andrew’s for at least six months and are committed to being part of the life of the local Church of England congregation.

Why Join?

Enrolment is a way of saying....“I belong”. For us it is an act of commitment to St. Andrew’s Church and the church as a whole. It opens the way for a greater involvement in the life of the church at parish, deanery, diocesan and national levels.

 

The revision of the Electoral Roll of St Andrew’s, Feniton for 2021 is now under way and will end on Friday 2 April 2021 so that we can display the revised Roll (only names are listed on the displayed version) in church for the required length of time before the Annual Parochial Church Meeting (currently scheduled to be held) on 20 April 2021.

If you are already on the Electoral Roll for St Andrew’s, Feniton and would like to remain so, you have nothing to do. If you would like to be included on the Roll, please download the form from the church website, or request one from the Electoral Roll Officer (see contact details below). All forms MUST be returned to the Electoral Roll Officer by Friday 26 March 2021 in order to be included in the new Electoral Roll.

Click here to download a pdf of the form - Electoral Roll Application Form

To download a Word version of the form (scroll down to the link named "Application for enrolment on the electoral roll") - Click HERE (takes you to the Exeter Diocese website)

 

Shân Allen

Electoral Roll Officer

10 Barton Rise, Feniton (Old Village) EX14 3HW

01404 851275

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The churchwardens from each parish meet quarterly with our Vicar, to plan the service schedule and to encourage collectiveness. Each parish puts their own needs forward but always with an understanding that we must do the best for the tripartite group and not necessarily what is best for one. This works extremely well and demonstrates the closeness between the parishes.                                                                                          

Across the three parishes we aim to offer different styles of worship at different times, giving everyone the opportunity to enjoy and experience a variety of Anglican worship and to find a style and time that they find most suited to their needs. In some respects we work as a single parish with three churches whilst retaining our own individuality.

The PCC (Parochial Church Council) takes the lead in carrying out the mission of the church – the whole church. Working alongside and supporting the clergy, pastoral care, telling the story of faith, social action and co-operation with churches of other denominations all fall within its remit. In many ways it is the PCC that shapes the health of the church.

Feniton, Escot and Payhembury each have their own PCC. Details of these are given in the relevant section here.

ESCOT, FENITON & PAYHEMBURY TEAM

MISSION ACTION PLAN – as at January 30th 2014

PRAYER DISCIPLESHIP TRAINING CHILDREN & YOUNG PEOPLE OUTREACH MISSION/EVANGELISM GENERAL COMMENTS
Achieved or ongoing:
Leaflets for Personal Prayer Lent study Groups Mission Community focus ‘BBC1’ & ‘BBC2’ Occasional Services Confirmation  
Monthly ‘Prayers for 3 Parishes’ Bible Study group (C & B) – twice monthly Diocesan courses ‘BBC Extra’ Occasional Weddings & Funerals Baptism leaflets  
Ongoing Prayer Boards at Feniton & Payhembury + candles Quiet Days Revisit Sidesmen, Intercession leading and Server training. Story Time & All Ages service Festivals Welcome cards  
Informal prayer Payhembury Bible Study groups – twice monthly Preaching courses Cafe Soup Lunches    
Lay intercessors     Tea Time Praise Coffee mornings    
      School Worship Cream teas    
      ‘Bacon Butties’ Carol singing    
      Special events Fundraising    
      Youth Activities School activities    
        Prayer spaces    
        Marriage Prep.    
        Easter Breakfast    
        Christmas Cards    
        Letters to Farmers & Bereaved families    
PRAYER DISCIPLESHIP TRAINING CHILDREN & YOUNG EOPLE OUTREACH MISSION/EVENGELISM GENERAL COMMENTS
Work to do
Establish a prayer link person in each Parish. Develop specific study groups   Develop ‘Play& Praise’ Visiting, sick, lonely and new Welcome cards & Notelets  
  Continue to develop further Quiet Days/Retreats     More engagement in school activities Baptism anniversaries(MU)  
        Develop Seed Groups Melanesian Mission links  

MAP March 2014

OTTER VALE MISSION COMMUNITY MISSION ACTION PLAN as at July 2012 :     NOTES

THE UNDERLYING AIM OF THE OTTER VALE MISSION COMMUNITY is to support each parish church, and each of our church schools, to grow in, and share their faith in Christ.

THE SIX HEADINGS – PRAYER, WORSHIP, DISCIPLESHIP, TRAINING, COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT AND MISSION – and the shared aims listed under each on the grid were suggested by the MC staff and introduced to all congregations as part of the MOiMM process, followed by opportunities for discussion and feedback. These were then agreed by each PCC. Each church was then asked to interpret the general plan in the light of its own situation, identifying particular needs and priorities. It was made clear that not every church will necessarily feel that it has priority action points under every heading, and that those identified may well change on review. For many of the smaller churches, action may consist of publicising provision at neighbouring churches.

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