Revision of the CtK Electoral Roll

We are soon going to be revising the Church electoral roll, which happens every year at about this time. If you are not currently on the electoral roll and have been part of Christ the King for at least 6 months, you can download an application form here. (Each eligible person in a household needs to sign a separate form).
 
It looks complicated but it’s actually more straightforward than it appears!

  • Tick Box 1 to confirm that you have been baptised and are aged 16 or over
  • If you live on the Ise Lodge estate tick Box 2(a)
  • If you live elsewhere tick Box 2(b)
Then sign and return the form, either electronically or by post, to the Church Office, no later than 20th April: office@ctk.org.uk

or Church of Christ the King, Deeble Road, Kettering, NN15 7AA.
 
If you are unable to print out a copy of the form let us know and we will send you a paper copy by post.
 
If you are not sure whether you are already on the electoral roll just ask and we will check for you.
 
Being on the electoral roll is a simple way in which you can express that you belong to the Church of Christ the King. You need to be listed on the electoral roll to be eligible to stand for the church council at the APCM (Annual Parochial Church Meeting) on 19th May, and also to vote at the APCM. There are no other obligations. It is, however, very helpful for us to have as comprehensive a list as possible of people who consider themselves members of the church. 

To view a copy of our Electoral Roll notice click here.
 

Andy Stilwell, 26/03/2021