New KPC Church Roll – 2019

Every Church of England has to establish a completely new Church (Electoral) Roll every sixth year.  2019 has been one of these!

Enrolment closed on 10th March and there are 532 on the new Church Roll which applies for our APCM (Annual Parochial Church Meeting) on 27th March.  This includes 92 who enrolled for the first time this year.  Thank you to all of you.  

You can check your entry on the Roll between now and the APCM by contacting the Parish Office office@kpc.org.uk  01564 777139.

Who is the Church Roll for?

If you have not yet enrolled at KPC before, you regularly attend services or activities at KPC and this is ‘your church’, please consider joining our Church Roll. You can still do so, but you have missed being on the roll for this year’s APCM.   It’s easy … just complete the form below.

KPC Directory

When you enrol, you have the opportunity to agree to your contact details being available to other members in our church ‘directory’;
if you don’t agree, access to your contact details will be restricted to the clergy and officers of KPC.

View our Data Privacy Notice.

Please enrol using this form.

Enrolment Form - KPC contact list & Church Roll

  Notes

  1. The only Churches at present in communion with the Church of England are other Anglican Churches and certain foreign Churches.
  2. Membership of the electoral roll is also open to members in good standing of a Church not in communion with the Church of England which subscribes to the doctrine of the Holy Trinity where those members are also prepared to declare themselves to be members of the Church of England.
  3. Every six years a new roll is prepared and those on the previous roll are informed so that they can re-apply. If you are not resident in the parish but were on the roll as an habitual worshipper and have been prevented by sickness or absence or other essential reason from worshipping for the past six months, you are eligible.
  4. If you have any problems in enrolling, please approach the clergy or lay people responsible for the parish, who will be pleased to help you.
  5. In this form ‘parish’ means ecclesiastical parish. [Maps of the parish are available.]
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