Regarding our social media presence, I would like to state unequivocally that the privacy and comfort of our congregation (and our visitors) is our first and foremost concern.

Social Media Privacy Policy

At absolutely no point do we intentionally impact you or your family’s privacy or misuse any personal information in any way. As far as we’re concerned, this information is yours and we will always try our best to respect your wishes.

If we fail to do this at any point, I can assure you that it is entirely accidental and I wholeheartedly apologize.

Our social media presence exists to help the church reach out, inform and interact with our congregation, community and whoever else happens to visit our page.

We would genuinely love to hear feedback – concerns, corrections, suggestions or contributions – so that we can make this technology serve YOU better.

We hope to offer a “suggestions box” function soon so that anyone can give any feedback anonymously, should they prefer.

We understand people’s concerns with social media and the Internet generally. Being online can seem daunting, which is why we post articles which are meant to help inform you of – and protect yourself against – as many of the most common threats and scams that we can.

The last thing we want is to cause any issues or any offense.

If you feel any of our content has disturbed your privacy or has even made you in the least bit uncomfortable, please let me know immediately and I will take corrective action as soon as I am able to.

Alternatively, you can contact either the Church Office or Pastor Mark and they can pass along your concerns discretely.

Mark Smith



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