PCC News - Issue 7
Articles in this issue...
Your quinquennial inspection report
The Quinquennial Inspection report describes the condition of the church building prepared by an architect or surveyor whose name is on the list approved for the purpose by the DAC.
PCC Health check
In the last edition of PCC news I looked at the responsibilities for individuals as PCC members.
TRiO – A wonderful response
Parish Share is a contribution by churches towards the cost of the mission and ministry of the Church in the Diocese, which is primarily the cost of the clergy.
Simple ideas for engaging with families this Christmas
We know that there can be constraints on what churches and church congregations feel they can offer to Children, Youth and Families especially if there aren’t any or relatively few who already come to the church, but there are many ways that your church can offer a warm welcome to Children, Youth and Families whatever your circumstances.
Gospel singing brings in the crowds
As editor of your newspaper, I am always searching out examples of good practice to share with you.
Camping near Burnham Market
Another good news story! Burnham Breck have just finished their first season of providing camping facilities on five acres of secluded grassland, which has been untouched for generations.
Practical tips shared by ‘most welcoming churches’
Following this year’s awards the judges have written the following lines as a check list for your own churches.
Wretham embraces heritage to encourage visitors
John Kitson, the church secretary contacted me to tell me about the exciting things that they are doing at their church to encourage more visitors.
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