Chaplaincy of Holy Trinity, Nice
The annual chaplaincy church meeting will be held at Holy Trinity Church
on the thirtieth day of May (which is a later date than previously advertised).
For the election of two churchwardens
For election of chaplaincy representatives of the laity as follows –
To the chaplaincy church council three representatives.
For the appointment of the independent examiner or auditor.
For the consideration of:
(a) a report on changes to the roll since the last annual chaplaincy church
(b) an annual report on the proceedings of the chaplaincy church council and the
activities of the chaplaincy generally;
(c) the financial statements of the council for the year ending on the 31st
December preceding the meeting;
(d) the annual report on the fabric, goods and ornaments of the church
(e) a report of the proceedings of the archdeaconry synod; and
(f) other matters of chaplaincy or general Church interest.
Signed Peter Jackson Chaplain
1 Every lay person whose name is entered on the church electoral roll of the chaplaincy (and no other
person) is entitled to vote at the election of chaplaincy representatives of the laity.
2 A person is qualified to be elected a chaplaincy representative of the laity if –
(a) his or her name is entered on the church electoral roll of the chaplaincy and, unless he or
is under 18, has been entered there for at least the preceding six months;
(b) he or she is an actual communicant (which means that he has received Communion
according to the use of the Church of England or of a Church in communion with the Church
of England at least three times during the twelve months preceding the date of the election);
(c) he or she is at least 16; and
(d) he or she is not disqualified as referred to in paragraph 3 of these notes.
3 (1) A person is disqualified from being nominated, chosen or elected or from serving as a
churchwarden or a member of a chaplaincy church council, a district church council or a
joint council if the person is disqualified from being a trustee of a charity (and the
disqualification is not subject to a waiver which permits membership of a chaplaincy church
council, district church council or joint council).
(2) A person is disqualified from being nominated, chosen or elected or from serving as a
member of a chaplaincy church council, a district church council, a joint council or a deanery
synod if the person is included in a barred list (within the meaning of the Safeguarding
Vulnerable Groups Act 2006).
(3) A person is disqualified from being nominated, chosen or elected or from serving as a
member of a chaplaincy church council, a district church council, a joint council or a
archdeaconry synod if the person has been convicted of an offence mentioned in Schedule
1 to the Children and Young Persons Act 1933 (with that expression being construed in
accordance with Rule 71(2) of the Church Representation Rules).
(4) A person’s disqualification under sub-paragraph (3) may be waived by the bishop of the
diocese by giving the person notice in writing.
(5) A person is disqualified from being nominated, chosen or elected or from serving as a
member of a chaplaincy church council if the person has been disqualified from holding
office under section 10(6) of the Incumbent (Vacation of Benefices) Measure 1977.