Parochial Church Council PCC

The 25 April 2021 Annual Parochial Church Meeting elected a new PCC, almost all of the 2019 PCC having stood down and not wishing to seek re-election, The first meeting was held on 18 May 2021. Please contact the Rector for further information.


2022 Elected PCC

Our joint PCC is a vibrant and diverse group, numbering 17 members, with elections and ratification of membership taking place each year at the Annual Parochial Church Meeting (APCM), which is held in April or May. Matters at St Alban's are governed in the first instance by a smaller District Church Council. Some members of this DCC are also members of the joint PCC.
The PCC meets every two months or so to discuss and manage the affairs of both churches. Members of the PCC and members of both churches who are on the electoral roll are invited to attend the APCM. PCC members are: Revd Ian Welch (Chair); Kay Ash (St Alban's Treasurer), Siri Bogodage; Anne Clements; Shawmine Donaldson; Glenda Duque (St Andrew's Treasurer): Michaell Duque (PCC Secretary); Olu Eyinla (Churchwarden); Anne-Marie Mansary; Iris Miller; George Oderokwo; Sabrina Olubodun (District Warden);  Anna Pearce; Michelle Walsh; Roz Ware (Churchwarden); Dawn Watts (Safeguarding Officer); Benson Wilhelm.

The rules on membership and operation of a PCC are included in the PCC Secretary's Handbook which can be viewed here - Meeting agendas follow the same format as that of typical business meetings and are chaired by the incumbent - the Rector. If the Rector is unable to be present a Lay Chairperson is duly appointed.

The PCC first developed a Mission Action Plan (MAP) following an 'away-day' in 2014 and it formed the foundation for the future direction of our two churches. The currrent 2021 MAP built on that and the Southwark Diocese Vision 'Hearts on Fire' (view here). The key priority goals recognise the need for growth and social justice. The PCC members are Trustees and are responsible for ensuring that both churches run smoothly and that any operational issues are addressed. If you are on the electoral roll at St Andrew's or St Alban's and are interested in becoming a member of the PCC please contact the Rector in the first instance at