PCC, Volunteers and Donations

Parochial Church Council (PCC) 

The members of St Katharine’s PCC and specific offices are in the table below. Although we do not currently have any church wardens, you can still send any enquiries to the following email address:

If you wish to be nominated for the position of church warden or to stand for election to the PCC, please complete the relevant attached form and email us at st-katharines@savernaketeam.com. Further details may be obtained from the PCC secretary. Tel: 01672 514394

All PCC policy documents including our policy on Safeguarding, can be found below


At St Katharine’s Church we takes our responsibilities surrounding the safeguarding of children, young people, and adults who may be at risk very seriously, and works in partnership with the Diocese of Salisbury to ensure that we work in accordance with best practice at all times.  
If you have any Safeguarding questions or concerns you can contact our Parish Safeguarding Officer, Rosemary Davies or alternatively you can contact the Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser,  on  07500 664800 or email heather.bland@salisbury.anglican.org

Current Members of the PCC

Alix Booth
Caroline Cunningham
David HomerStanding Committee Member
Andrew Fellows
Heather LeaskFabric Chair and Standing Committee Member
Julianne SmithElectoral Roll Officer
Michael McHughVicar of St Katharine’s
and Standing Committee Member
Nigel ChristieTreasurer
and Standing Committee Member
Rosemary DaviesSecretary, Standing Committee Member and Safeguarding Link Officer

Donations and Standing Orders

If you would like to make a donation or set up a standing order to support St Katharine’s Church, thank you!

We don’t ask you to send any bank details online, please just email us so we can pass your details on to our Treasurer at st-katharines@savernaketeam.com.

You can also make a donation via our Just Giving account by clicking the image below


Katharine’s can’t run without the help and support of a lot of wonderful people. Whether its arranging flowers, cleaning, making teas and coffees after family services or even going the whole hog and organising a fete, there’s a lot that goes into keeping the church running. Coming along to help decorate the church for harvest festival or our Christmas services is not only welcome, but a great way to meet some of the people who support St Katharine’s. All volunteers are very welcome and if you’d like to help out in anyway then please let us know – why not pop along to a service and have a chat or email us st-katharines@savernaketeam.com

Annual Report 2022