Putting your name behind your faith
If you worship regularly at St Andrew’s, there 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.
If you are not already on the roll and would like to be included, simply download, print and sign an Electoral Roll form and return it to the Church Office either by post or by scanning and emailing it.
If you are not sure whether you are currently on the electoral roll, you can easily check by logging into My ChurchSuite and looking in the menu, or by contacting the office.
If you need to check whether or not you live within the Parish of St Andrew, in order to answer A or B on the form, you can check this map.