The Roll was closed for its annual revision from 9 to 10 May and the new Roll is now displayed on the noticeboard by the Bishopsgate entrance until the Annual Parochial Church Meeting on Wednesday 24 May. The Roll will be open again for new applications following that meeting.   Mhairi Ellis, Electoral Roll Officer   Annual Meetings The Annual Vestry Meeting and Annual Parochial Church Meeting will take place on Wednesday 24 May at 2.00 pm in church immediately following the Choral Mass. You

The Annual Vestry Meeting and Parochial Church Meeting takes place on Tuesday 24 May at 12.45pm in church. If you are unable to attend in person, you can watch the meeting and election of officers on a livestream by clicking here to go to our You Tube page.  You will be unable to vote or take part in the meeting as we do not have the technical equipment necessary for a hybrid meeting at present.

The Annual Vestry Meeting and Parochial Church Meeting took place last Thursday 20 May (by Zoom). The many members of the Electoral Roll who were present heard about St Botolph's activities during the past extraordinary year, and of exciting current and future projects. The results of the elections held at the meetings have been posted in church, and can be seen here. The church’s revised Electoral Roll was presented to the APCM, and the Roll is once more open for new

As you may be aware, the Annual Vestry Meeting and Annual Parochial Church Meeting for St Botolph-without-Bishopsgate will take place next Thursday, 20 May at 12.45pm.  Due to on-going Covid-related restrictions to public gatherings, the meetings will be conducted online, over Zoom only.   I do hope you are able to attend.  If you are, you will please need register beforehand by emailing [email protected]  You will then be sent a link to the Zoom meeting link along the relevant papers for the

Our status as a Living Wage employer was confirmed this month when we received our Living Wage Employer plaque which takes pride of place on our noticeboard.  We take seriously our responsibility as an employer and reflect our Christian values in those working relationships.  Everyone, wherever they are working in the world, deserves to take home a living wage.  Please encourage your employers and anyone with whom you do business to support this worthy movement. More information can be found at