Electoral Roll revision 2020
This has now been completed and is available to see here >
Names removed from the 2019 roll are shown here >
It is still possible to join – details below.
What is the Electoral Roll?
The church’s Electoral Roll is the register of its voting members; it is a list of those qualified to attend and to vote at the Annual Parochial Church Meeting.
Electoral rolls provide an indication of the real membership and strength of the church.
Existing members should check that their information is correct. There is no need to re-apply this year.
Who can be on the electoral Roll?
Baptised adults (over 16 years) who live in the parish, or who have worshipped regularly at Beverley Minster for at least six months and are committed to being part of the life of the local Church of England congregation.
Enrolment is a way of saying….“I belong”.
For us it is an act of commitment to Beverley Minster and the church as a whole. It opens the way for a greater involvement in the life of the church at parish, deanery, diocesan and national levels.
The electoral roll acts as a “membership list” for churchgoers in the parish, and gives entitlement to vote at the Annual Parochial Council Meeting, (APCM), or stand for office as Churchwarden or PCC member.
If you would like to join please complete the Electoral Roll Application Form and we will add you to the electoral roll.