All Saints' Ryde
Notice is hereby given of
The Annual Meeting of Parishioners (Annual Vestry meeting)
For the election of Churchwardens of the Parish. **Please note for 2020 only that fully completed and signed Nomination of Churchwardens Form, including a current Personal Data Consent Form, must be with the Vicar before the 9am service on October 25th. Any forms received after this time will not be able to be considered; and
The Annual Parochial Church Meetings (APCM)
For the election of Parochial representatives of the laity as follows:
Representatives to the Deanery Synod (2 members)
Representatives to the Parochial Church Council (9 members) ** Please note for 2020 only that fully completed and signed Nomination for PCC, or Nomination for Deanery Synod including a current Personal Data Consent Form, must be with the Vicar before the 9am service on October 25th. Any forms received after this time will not be able to be considered.
For the appointment of sidesmen and the independent examiner
For the consideration of:
(a) A report on the changes in the roll since the APCM;
(b) An annual report on the proceedings of the Parochial Church Council and the activities of the parish generally;
(c) The financial statements of the council for the year ending 31st December, having been independently examined;
(d) A report on the fabric, goods and ornaments of the church of the parish;
(e) A report on the proceedings of the Deanery Synod and other matters of Parochial or general church interest; and
An invitation will then be sent to those who have been elected to the PCC for their participation in:
The first Parochial Church Council Meeting (PCC)
Previously Postponed from April 2020 due to the Pandemic
To elect officers of the Council and to set the date of the next meeting.
Due to current and erratic Covid restrictions, the PCC have agreed that it will be safest and therefore more appropriate to hold these meetings via the Zoom platform.
Anyone not able to attend via Zoom is to contact the Vicar on 01983 301116 no later than 48 hours before commencement of the first meeting.
The sequence of meetings will all be held on Sunday 25th October commencing at 11:15am.
The consecutive meetings will commence 5 minutes after the end of the previous meeting.
Each meeting will require registration, after which a separate code and password will be provided.
Please ensure the name which must be visible on your zoom screen matches the name on registration, otherwise the mediator will not be able to permit access from the waiting room.
Zoom Meeting Invitations and Registration Details: After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Please do not try and register or join a meeting if you are not eligible as you will not be permitted entry from the waiting room.
Annual Meeting of Parishioners registration https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMtde-uqzsrGNO-JrxEldOnoHFRhe7Je07_
NB Legal authority has been granted to hold these meetings virtually.
The meetings will be recorded. By registering you are giving your consent to this.
Only those on the respective Church Parish Electoral Roll are entitled to attend and to take part in the APCM. The election of churchwardens will be conducted at a meeting of parishioners immediately preceding the APCM and in accordance with the provisions of sections 4 and 5 of the Churchwardens Measure 2001. All who are on the civil parish electoral roll or church electoral roll are also entitled to attend and to take part in the elections of Churchwardens for that parish. Please consider standing as a Church Warden or a member of your Parochial Church Council (PCC) or the Deanery Synod. In each case, you must be over the age of 16, eligible to serve as a trustee of a charity, be an actual communicant and have due regard for the law as it pertains to Church Representation, and not least to Safeguarding and Equality.
An electronic copy of the Electoral Roll will continue to be available by request until 24 hours before the start of the Annual Meeting of Parishioners.
The Annual Report continues to be available as a publicly accessible document, since being posted to the Charities Commission website on 15th October 2020.
Services and events in Ryde this week
Sunday 18th October
9 am Holy Communion at All Saints to commemorate Luke the Evangelist
10am Eucharist with Hymns at St John the Baptist, Oakfield
Tuesday 20th October
9 am Holy Communion at All Saints
Wednesday 21st October
10.30 am Eucharist at All Saints
Thursday 22nd October
9am Morning Prayer at St John the Baptist, Oakfield
10.30am Holy Communion at St John the Baptist, Oakfield
Also All Saints’ Camino Café will be open each Thursday 2pm to 4pm
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Regular patters of services in Ryde are:
- 9 am Holy Communion at All Saints
- 10am Eucharist with Hymns at St John the Baptist, Oakfield
- 9 am Holy Communion at All Saints
- 10.30 am Eucharist at All Saints
- 9am Morning Prayer at St John the Baptist, Oakfield
- 10.30am Holy Communion at St John the Baptist, Oakfield
Also All Saints’ church will be open for private prayer on a Thursday 2pm to 4pm
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You can read or download the latest Safeguarding Magazine from the Diocese below.
The PCC of All Saints’ Church Ryde is committed to safeguarding and supports fully the Diocese of Portsmouth Safeguarding Policy.
All of our licensed clergy, lay leaders, PCC members and volunteers are DBS checked, and commit to their positions by refreshing their safeguarding training during every 3 year period.
Our Safeguarding Officer is Mrs Liane Chalmers who can be contacted on 01983 472535 or by email from out contacts page.
Our Safeguarding policy can be found by clicking the button below.