Churchwardens: A Survival Guide
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About "Churchwardens: A Survival Guide"
Becoming a churchwarden can be a richly rewarding experience, but the role is not an easy one. This warmly written handbook will help all those considering, or already in, office to understand what is involved. Focusing throughout on real-life situations, including many case studies, it is a guide to: the responsibilities of a churchwarden; how to become a churchwarden; working with the minister; the duties of a churchwarden through the year; what a churchwarden should know; what a churchwarden should ask; new tasks appropriate for the 21st century; and, what to do when problems arise. Appendices containing relevant legal documents and other useful resources complete the book, making it a comprehensive aid to negotiating this important office.
Meet the Authors
Martin Dudley is rector of St. Bartholomew the Great, Smithfield, and the author of Churchwardens: A Survival Guide (2003).
Virginia Rounding is a translator and writer who lives in London. Author of the critically acclaimed "Grandes Horizontales,""" she studied Russian at the University of London and visits St. Petersburg regularly. ý