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Serving the Parish by Martin Dudley
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A companion volume to "Churchwardens: A Survival Guide and The Parish Survival Guide" (which is written for clergy), "Serving the Parish" is directed specifically towards Parochial Church Council (PCC) members. It covers: the mission and ministry of the PCC; Who should stand for the PCC? How to become a member (and what will be expected of you); the officers of the PCC and their responsibilities; the PCC meeting; working with others (the minister, churchwardens, etc); specific responsibilities of the PCC; the drafting, ownership and implementation of policies, issues likely to face PCCs in the future; troubleshooting, and the end of a period in office.

Author Biography

THE REVD DR MARTIN DUDLEY is Rector of St Bartholomew the Great, Smithfield and the author of numerous SPCK titles, including (with Virginia Rounding), Churchwardens: A survival guide (2003) and The Parish Survival Guide (2004). VIRGINIA ROUNDING is the author of the critically acclaimed Grandes Horizontales (Bloomsbury 2003) and Catherine the Great (Random House 2006).
Release date NZ
November 1st, 2006
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
SPCK Publishing
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