St Mary's Church

Electoral Roll

What is it?

The Electoral Roll is a register of all those eligible to vote. In other words, members of the church family with the right to vote.

Why is it important?

It's possible to be a full and active member of St Mary's, Old Harlow without being on the Electoral Roll. However, it's an important witness and step in discipleship and it permits you to vote on church matters in the APCM.

What does the Electoral Roll affect?

It identifies the strength that St Mary's, Old Harlow has in the parish of Old Harlow but also across Harlow and the diocese. A strong Electoral Roll helps to increase our representation on the church governing bodies and it also increases our voice on both a local and national level within the Church of England.

The Church Electoral Roll will be revised by the Parochial Church Council (please, download the PDF for full details), beginning on Sunday the 18th day of February 2024, and ending on Sunday the 24th day of March 2024

After the revision, a copy of the Roll will be published by the Parochial Church Council, on, or near to, the principal door of the Parish Church and here for at least 14 days and a copy of the Roll will be available for inspection on a reasonable request being made to the Council.

Application forms for enrolment can be obtained from the Church Electoral Roll Officer or by clicking here to download the Word document

Electoral Roll 2024
Please find the link to the Electoral Roll