PCC

PCC, the Parochial Church Council, is the body that along with the clergy and ministers is responsible for the oversight of the day to day life and ministry of the church and for keeping St Philip's Dorridge with St James' Bentley Heath on track with our mission and vision.

PCC Minutes 

Read the minutes from the latest PCC meetings

16th November  

 23rd November

11th January

8th February

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8th March

22nd March

19th April 

17th May 

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 14th June

  12th July

 

 

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St Philip's and St James' PCC Members

Duncan 

Heather Thomson 

Derek Timms

 

Duncan Hill-Brown

Vicar

Heather Tomson

Churchwarden

Derek Timms

Churchwarden


 David Archer

 

 Colin Revans

 

David Archer 

Honorary Treasurer

Sarah Sasse 

Honorary Secretary

Colin Revans

Lay chair


Peter 

 LM

 Carol Linfiled

 Peter Marshall

Lisa Maines

 Carol Linfield
Deanery Synod representative

 

 

 Steve Street

Richard Arbuthnot 

Andy Carswell 

   Steve Street

  Richard Arbuthnot

Andy Carswell


 

 



 

 

          

Caroline Egan
Deanery Synod representative


Parochial Church Council (PCC)
Have you thought about serving on the PCC? Each year at the APCM, we hold elections for PCC members and Deanery Synod Representatives. If you are a church members who has been on the electoral roll for six months or more we would ask you to consider if this is a way you could serve God and share in the mission and ministry of our Church family in Dorridge and Bentley Heath.

What is required from a member of the PCC?
  • To work with the Clergy, and the Churchwardens defining and holding the Vision and Mission of our Church in Dorridge and Bentley Heath
  • To share in leading our Church through the exciting and challenging time of the rebuild, the opening, and commissioning of the new St Philip’s Church Centre
  • To oversee and account for the good stewardship and management of all the Churches resources, people, financial, and material.
  • To be active in the spiritual, pastoral, evangelistic, and social life ministry of the Church
  • To give time for upwards of ten meetings and year and to share in the work of working parties and sub-groups
  • To be prepared to serve for three years

Please take time to pray and consider if this is a position you could commit to and if you are interested or have any questions, please have a talk with one of the current members of PCC. 



PCC Members Area
This is a page for the PCC Members which contains documents they require to fulfil their role.