PCC News - Issue 8
Articles in this issue...
Top tips to promote and publicise your summer parish event
One of the most important things when planning your event is to let people know it’s happening.
Bid writing made clear
It is not as scary as you think. Once you have prepared all the ground work, the actual filling in of the form is quite straight forward.
Bidding for a new roof at Holy Cross, Caston
Holy Cross is a rural church situated in the Breckland Deanery.
Got your number?
In the finance team, we regularly receive queries from parishes asking what their charity number is, this is a question that is normally asked when they are opening a new bank account or applying for a grant.
The rewarding journey at Barton Turf
A few months ago you probably noticed in the press, and on local radio that Barton Turf Church was awarded an HLF grant.
Failing organ given new life in Upton
A successful bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund is financing the complete restoration of a fine Victorian church organ in Norfolk and an exciting community project.
Ideas for family fun in the sun!
Summer offers plenty of chances to do things together which seem less appealing in the cold winter months and can be a prime time for engaging with the community with local fetes, flower festivals, events and summer visitors milling around.
Practical churchyard management
Although the legal ownership of a churchyard, either open or closed, is usually vested in the incumbent, his/her own rights and obligations in respect of it are very limited.
Explore your relationship with God further
There’s one way to make a difference in your church that doesn’t cost a penny: get people thinking about vocation.
A stitch in time saves…
One of the greatest pleasures of our work is having the opportunity to discover hidden histories and connections in frontals and vestments that have previously been repaired or altered, perhaps several times and appreciating the skill and workmanship of generations of embroiderers and makers.
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