2019 Elections

With fewer people attending church, electing people with drive and energy to decision making bodies within the Church in Wales, has never been more important.

We are seeking candidates from clergy – and lay people (those who are not a member of the clergy) – to stand for the Governing Body (the parliament of the Church in Wales), the Electoral College (the body which elects Church in Wales bishops) and the Diocesan Board of Finance (DBF).

A passion for faith

You will be responsible for decisions that affect the future of the future of the diocese, and the Church in Wales. Debates at Governing Body, for example, range from human trafficking and modern slavery to discussing new ways to grow faith. At Diocesan Board of Finance you will part of a team who make decisions to ensure our financial security.

You will be passionate about faith and committed to ensuring the Church in Wales makes decisions in the best interests of all communities across Wales. Most importantly, you will be the positive change you want to see in society.

Diocese of Llandaff needs people like you to reenergise Christian faith throughout Wales.

More information about the elections are in the letters below.

Nomination letter Cleric

Nomination letter Lay

 

Governing Body

Information about Governing Body, including eligibility and time commitment, is on the Church in Wales website.

You can promote elections to Governing Body by displaying our poster in church.

Nomination forms are below:

Nomination form – Governing Body Clerical

Nomination form – Governing Body Lay

Electoral College

Nomination forms – and further information about Electoral College – are below:

Nomination form clerical Episcopal Electors

Nomination form lay Episcopal Electors

Diocesan Board of Finance

The Diocesan Board of Finance (DBF) looks after the financial resources of the Diocese to ensure that the mission of the Church can be supported now and in the future. With an annual budget of around £6m, it needs lay and clerical members from with skills and experience in finance and property matters to serve for three years.

More information about the DBF can be found here.

Nomination forms are below:

Nomination form DBF clerical

Nomination form DBF lay

Speak with your local priest if you have any questions.

Election calendar

  • Nomination papers sent out 5th September
  • Nomination papers to be returned by 17th September
  • Ballot papers sent out 23rd September
  • Ballots papers to be returned by 14th October
  • Count on 15th October

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