Like most organisations with a presence on the Internet, we have a responsibility to make you aware of what data we might collect about you and how we might use that data. We also have a responsibility to ensure that the content of our site accurately represents us and is not adversely compromised by comments that may be posted by you or others.
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To opt out of being tracked by Google Analytics across all websites visit http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
To get more information on the EU e-Privacy Directive, vist the UK Information Commisioner’s Office page.
Comments made on any page or post on this site by visitors will be reviewed periodically and may be edited or removed at the discretion of the site administrators. Any visitor who’s comments are affected in this way may be contacted by the site administrators to indicate why a comment was removed or edited, assuming that contact information included in the comment was valid.
We encourage open and frank discussion on many topics that may affect the life of the church. However, in a similar way to review and removal of comments on the website, posts and comments on our Facebook page, or Tweets that include our Twitter handle or similar hashtags may be subject to moderation and we reserve the right to remove posts and comments, block posters and followers, and if deemed necessary report posters or followers to the relevant bodies.
Details of events, contacts and other material on this site were correct at time of publication based on information received by the site administrators.
The views expressed are those of the individual contributors and may not represent the view of the URC, St Andrew’s Church Meeting or its Elders.