Churchwardens and PCC

Churchwardens are elected each year.  The Church Wardens are here to help the Church to be a vital part of its neighbourhood – the parish of St Peter’s covers most of the area between the River Cole and the Stratford Road that is in the City of Birmingham and Hall Green.  They are the Bishop of Birmingham’s officers for making sure that the welcome, the worship and the ministry of the church is as good as it can be.

Our churchwardens for 2018-2019 are Julia Tortise and Colin Dunbar. They can be contacted via the Parish Office

The Parochial Church Council (PCC) is the governing body of St Peter’s, with the Vicar and Wardens.  Members of the Council are elected for 3 year terms and an election is held every year at the Annual Parochial Church Meeting in April.  They are also trustees of the charity which is registered with the Charity Commissioners, called The Parochial Church Council of the Ecclesiastical Parish of St Peter Hall Green Birmingham – Charity number1131758

They are responsible for the mission, ministry, worship, financial administration and buildings of St Peter’s.  They include the Vicar and Curates as well as the Church Wardens.  Elected members in 2018-19 are:

David Andrews (Reader), Phyll Benedikz (PCC Secretary) , Cathy Brumwell, Anne Burgess (Assistant Warden), Josie Crane, Pam Doherty (Assistant Warden), Colin Dunbar (Churchwarden), Chris Dunbar (Honorary Treasurer),  Kath Hawker (Reader and Parish Safeguarding Officer – Adults), Roger Hill, Chris Jefferies, Sue Monk, David Smith (Parish Safeguarding Officer – Children), Julia Tortise (Churchwarden and Parish Safeguarding Officer – Adults) Sonia Walton, and Jo Weir (Children’s Advocate).