Team Vicar for Freshwater, Yarmouth and Totland Bay
Revd Leisa Potter
email: email@example.com Tel: 01983 753078
Please note that currently as Team Vicar of Freshwater, Yarmouth and Totland, Leisa normally works from Saturday to Thursday inclusive. She is not available on Fridays, except in an emergency. Thank you for your consideration.
Associate Priests in the Emerging West Wight Mission Community
The Revd. Linda Bushell
The Revd. Linda Porter
Lay Ministry Team
Several of our congregation have undertaken Lay Leadership training through the IW Deanery to enable them to support Leisa and the wider Church community.
Permission to Officiate
Supporting retired clergy: Revd Paul Bell
Reader: Mrs Lucie Bell
Peter Byatt – email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Geoff Kirk – email:email@example.com
Denis Gosden, Church Office, Christ Church, Alum Bay New Road, Totland Bay PO39 0ES
email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: (m) 07582 861966
Officers of the Parochial Church Council (PCC)
Team Vicar (Chair) Revd Leisa Potter
Church Wardens: Mr Peter Byatt, Mr Geoff Kirk
Secretary: Mrs Jackie Kohler-Burton (Non voting)
Treasurer: Mrs Lesley Kirk
Reader: Mrs Lucie Bell
Diocesan Synod Reps: Mr Peter Byatt, Dr Neil Walker
Electoral Roll Officer: Mr Robin Gosden
PCC Standing Committee: Revd. Leisa Potter, Peter Byatt, Geoff Kirk, Lesley Kirk, Tom Eggeling, Robin Gosden
PCC Members and their special responsibilities:
The PCC Members are your voice at the Christ Church PCC Meetings. If you have a concern or wish to comment (good and bad) about how things are done or raise an issue, please speak to one of your PCC members who will try and deal with your concern or comment directly. If you wish to raise an issue or concern at PCC level please write to the PCC Secretary as follows:
By post : The PCC Secretary, Christ Church Totland Bay, Alum Bay New Road, Totland Bay, Isle of Wight. PO39 0ES
Much of the Parish business is conducted by small sub groups dealing with Ministry and Mission, Buildings and Churchyard, Admin and Personnel, Finance and Fund raising. These sub groups comprise PCC members and involve other church members where appropriate.
Mr Peter Byatt – Christ Church Deanery Synod Rep.
Mr Geoff Kirk – Acting chairman of Administration and Personnel Group. Chairman of the Church Re-Ordering Fund-Raising Group.
Mrs Lesley Kirk – Chair of Finance and Fundraising Group
Mrs Lucie Bell – Christ Church Rep. for Churches Together in West Wight (CTWW).
Mr Neil Walker – Christ Church Organist; Christ Church Deanery Synod Rep.
Mr Tom Eggeling – Christ Church Rep for CTWW Youth Project; Chairman of the Buildings and Churchyard Group.
Mr Robin Gosden – Electoral Roll Officer (e-mail:email@example.com); Member of the Buildings and Churchyard Group; Member of the Church Website Team. Cemetery Warden (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mr Denis Gosden – Church Administrator; Data Compliance Officer; Member of the Admin and Personnel Group; Member of the Church Website Team.
Mrs Margaret Byatt – Member of the Pastoral Care Team; Christ Church Rep. for CTWW; Member of the Admin and Personnel Group.
Mrs Lizzie Hutchinson – Member of the Admin and Personnel Group. Member of the Church Re-Ordering Fund-Raising Group.
Mr Maurice Sheen – Member of the Church Re-Ordering Fund-Raising Group.
Mrs Sue Parsons – Member of the Church Re-Ordering Fund-Raising Group.
Non PCC Member with Special Responsibilities
Mrs Lynda Wightman – Christ Church Verger (Weddings and Funerals).
Mrs Ros Holley – Member of the Ministry and Mission Group.
Mrs Sue Allen – Prayer Chain Leader / Coordinator
Mr Richard Britton – Christ Church Music Director.
Ms. Alison Grieve – Safeguarding Officer.
Mrs Lorraine Lord – Junior Church Leader
Mrs Hazel Britton – Communications (parish magazine, weekly notices, Facebook, website); Hon Secretary of Churches Together in West Wight.
Mrs Jackie Holdoway – Christ Church Rep. for CTWW ; Member of Isle of Wight Street Pastor Team.
The PCC normally meets every 4 weeks throughout the year, with a meeting of Parishioners and the Parochial Church Meeting occurring annually.
The Church Patronage Trust http://www.churchpatronagetrust.co.uk/
The Church Patronage Trust, established in 1871, exercises sole patronage of 64 parishes and joint patronage of 61 parishes. It is one of the larger evangelical patronage bodies and most of its parishes are located in the Midlands and South of England. The CPT seeks to support the local church and its work is focussed on strengthening the evangelistic/pastoral ministry exercised in the parish.