St Mary's Annual District Church Meeting
To take place on Thursday 28th April at 7.30pm at St Mary's Church
All those who live in Borwick and Priest Hutton and others who worship at St Mary’s are eligible to attend. Covid-19 safety measures will be place as are in force at the time of the meeting.
The meeting is an important occasion in the life of the church community. At the meeting we elect those who will share in the leadership of St Mary's for the coming year and we have the opportunity to reflect together on the past year and to help think about the future life of God’s church in the communties served by St Mary's, within the wider parish of Warton and Borwick. To share in the leadership of God’s Church is an important function and everyone is encouraged to consider prayerfully if they are being called by God to serve in this way. We hope as many members of our communities as possible will come to these meetings.
The formal Notice of the Annual District Church Meeting can be found here.
The agenda includes the election of two Deputy Churchwardens, two representatives of St Mary's to the Parochial Church Council (PCC) and three representatives of St Mary's to the District Church Council (DCC). The nomination form for Deputy Churchwarden can be found here. The nomination form for PCC member can be found here. The nomination form for DCC member can be found here.
The Annual Report and Financial Statements for the Parish of Warton and Borwick for the year ended 31st December 2021, which includes the accounts for St Mary's for 2020, can be found here.
On Sunday 22nd May at 12 noon the Annual Meeting of Parishioners and the Annual Parochial Church Meeting for the Parish of St Oswald, Warton and St Mary, Borwick will take place at St Oswald’s. The Annual Meeting of Parishioners (open to everyone resident in the parish and those on the church electoral roll) will elect two churchwardens for the coming year for the parish. The Annual Parochial Church Meeting (open to those on the church electoral roll) will elect people to serve on the Parochial Church Council.