Notice is hereby given that the Church Electoral Roll of the above parish will be revised by the Parochial Church Council, beginning on Monday 10th August 2020, and ending on Monday 24th August 2020.
After the revision, a copy of the Roll will be published by the Parochial Church Council electronically in the form allowed for at least 14 days and a copy of the Roll will be available for inspection on a reasonable request being made to the Council.
Eligibility rules and GDPR information have been added and are given below along with an Application Form, which may also be downloaded.
The Electoral Roll is the official membership list of St. Mary’s as presented to the Diocese. If you are on the Electoral Roll, you are able to nominate, be nominated and vote for PCC and Deanery Synod membership. It is also a requirement should you wish to be married at St. Mary’s.
To qualify for admission on the Electoral Roll, you will either need to be a member of the Church of England living in the parish, a member of the Church of England not living in the Parish but having worshipped habitually in the parish for the 6 months prior to enrolment, or be a member in good standing of a church, not in communion with the Church of England, which subscribes to the doctrine of the Holy Trinity and also declare yourself to be a member of the Church of England and having habitually attended public worship in the parish for the last 6 months.
Forms are available at the back of Church or alternatively you can print a form here and send it to The Electoral Roll Officer,St. Mary’s Church, Church Lane, Arnold. NG5 8HJ. Electoral Roll admissions are considered at each PCC meeting.
Q&A The Electoral Roll and GDPR regulations:
The Electoral Roll contains only the name and address of individual members, and by inference their religious affiliation. The lawful basis for processing this personal data comes from the purposes for that processing, which is restricted to:
1. Determine the eligibility for attendance at the Annual Parochial Church Council Meeting, for various elections and other church related matters
2. To create the Electoral Roll and administer the elections; and
3. To publish the Electoral Roll
Legally, these usage restrictions mean that no consent other than the applicant’s signature on the application form is required for the processing of personal data as listed above.
Our Privacy Notice is also available to read or download here as you wish.
This page was last altered on 16 July 2020