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Join the ChristChurch Fulham Electoral Roll

The electoral roll is the Church of England's official register of who worships with us at ChristChurch Fulham. In order to have your name added to the Electoral Roll, you must have been a member of CCF for 6 months or more, and be baptised. Being on the Electoral Roll enables you to attend and vote at the Annual Parochial Church Meeting. Our next APCM is Sunday 28th April. Every five years a new Electoral Roll has to be prepared. We are in the 5th year - 2019. Even if you are already on the Electoral Roll, we have to wipe the slate clean and start again from scratch. At the APCM we will be having an election for the PCC. In order to vote, you will have to be on the Electoral Roll. If you consider ChristChurch Fulham your home church, please fill in the form below by April 4th.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why have an Electoral Roll?

It is your parish church register of electors. It is the list of those qualified to attend and vote at the Annual Parochial Church Meeting where the elections take place for the Parochial Church Council and the parish's representatives on the Deanery Synod. By enrolling you are becoming a voting member of the Church of England and so help to ensure that all the synodical councils of the Church of England are fully representative of its members.

How do I know if I am Entitled to be on the Electoral Roll?

You must be 16 years of age or more and you must either live in the parish of ChristChurch Fulham or have been worshipping at ChristChurch Fulham regularly for the last six months.

The Electoral Roll and GDPR

The Electoral Roll must be published near the church front door for no less than 14 days prior to the Annual Parochial Church Meeting. By applying to join the Electoral Roll, you are consenting to have your name published on the Electoral Roll in this manner. For more information on data protection, you can read our Privacy Policy here.

I still have questions!

If you still have any questions about the Electoral Roll and what having your name on it means, do get in touch with us in the office.