Electoral Roll

This is an official list of the members of the congregation of our church.

New Electoral Roll 2019

A completely new Electoral Roll has been prepared for the Annual Meeting of Parishioners (APCM) on Sunday 28th April 2019.

If you wish to be on our new Electoral Roll you need to fill in an Application for Enrolment, available at the back of the Church, or downloadable here.

Applications and consent forms can also be emailed to hpc.intouch@gmail.com.

Why join our Electoral Roll?
Having a good number on our Electoral Roll helps the church in terms of the way it can represent itself in the composition of the Parochial Church Council (PCC), which leads the life of the local church with the churchwardens and rector. It also brings the opportunity of a bigger voice on the Deanery Synod, made up of representatives of West Haringey churches. However, and much more importantly, it brings the opportunity to widen our network of contacts, and the ability to keep our wider family informed and involved in our life.

Additional information box on the electoral roll application form: It would be helpful if we could communicate with you by email and/or phone. If you fill in the optional “Additional Information” box on the application form we can do so about electoral roll matters.

It would be helpful if we could communicate with you by email and/or phone. If you fill in the optional “Additional Information” box we can do so about electoral roll matters. If you would like us to be able to contact you in this way about other matters relating to the church and its activities, please also complete and return a consent form.

Consent form: If you would like us to be able to contact you about other matters relating to the church and its activities, please also complete and return a consent form downloadable here.

Applications and consent forms can be handed to Vanessa or one of the Parish Ministry Team in Church or emailed to hpc.intouch@gmail.com.

Applications for enrolment can be accepted at any time of the year, apart from a few weeks leading up to the APCM when the roll is closed for revision or for preparation of a new roll (every 6 years). If you wish to attend and vote at the APCM, your application must be with the Electoral Roll Officer by the announced deadline, which could be up to 28 days before the APCM.