Product Review (submitted on 30 September 2016):
Try to address these issues is a serious commitment to the concept of a PCC as a body that is essential to the building up to a Christian community; It is not just a set of meetings to endure. John Cox has produced that most difficult of books a short, clear, and comprehensive introduction to something that could be very boring. In 70 pages, he gives a guide to the purposes, powers, and responsibilities of the PCC, and to thew ways in which meetings should be conducted. He tells the reader what PCCs are for.
This book cannot, of course, replace the Church representation Rules, but is a very good digest of them, combined with a rationale for their being there in the first place. It would be a useful gift to a potential PCC member.