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Privacy Policy

Your privacy is important to us.

 

Privacy Notices – explain how we manage your personal data

In May 2018 new data protection laws take effect, giving individuals more rights and protection about how their personal data is used by the parish. Both of our privacy notices reflect these changes, which you can find here:

General Privacy Notice
for non-role holders, eg. church goers, suppliers

Privacy Notice for Role Holders
for staff, church wardens, PCC, event organisers, parish volunteers, Sunday School volunteers

note – role holders may well have a dual role, so please refer to both privacy notices as necessary.

 

about cookies

Please see our Cookies Policy about how we use cookies on our website.

 

photography/filming at church & parish events

To further the work of the parish, we may use photos/film from church and parish events to promote our parish community and its activities, eg. on our website; from time to time we may share photos/film with trusted 3rd parties.

photos & privacy
We provide an ‘opt-out’ at all photographed/filmed events.
We do not list names alongside photos.

announcements about photography/filming
We will always announce photography/filming at an event or service by posting notices in visible locations and ensuring that there is a briefing at the start of the event, eg. a church service, the Summer Fete, the Speaker Programme events, so that attendees are aware that photography/filming is taking place.

if you do not want to be photographed/filmed…
Please follow the clear instruction for ‘opt-out’ at a particular event (eg. by wearing a visible sticker if provided; recording your name with the organizer; sitting in the non-photo area of the event).  Your privacy is important to us, so please speak to an organizer/staff member at the event if you have any questions.

children under 13 years
As a parent/carer of a child under 13 years, you are responsible for allowing your child to be photographed/filmed.  Please follow our instruction about photos/filming as regards your child.

 

prayer requests & privacy

Please be mindful about sensitive personal data.

Ask permission – does the person know they are being prayed for, would they mind?

Privacy – it’s important not to make the detail of the prayer request public, eg. the nature of illness, unless specifically requested.

Thank you for your consideration.

 

join our mailing list – fill in a Consent Form

Under the new data protection law, we need your ‘opt-in’ consent to correspond with you by newsletter and with information about events and fundraising matters. If you would like to join our mailing list, please take a moment to complete a parish Consent Form to say how you would like to stay in touch:

Consent Form (Word document)
will enable you to email it to the Parish Office (or you can print it out and return it by post/by hand).

Consent Form (Google Form version)
will enable you to complete & submit an online form direct to the Parish Office.

 

change your consent at any time

Your privacy is important to us – you can withdraw or change your consent at any time by contacting the Parish Office 020 7221 3548.

 

 

News

  • St Clement Patronal Festival

    November 13th, 2018

      Our guest preacher at the Patronal Mass for St Clement is The Very Rev’d Dr Jeffrey John, the Dean of St Albans Cathedral. 10.30 am on Sunday 25 November. A reception will follow the service. No 9.45 am Parish Eucharist at St James on this day.

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  • Christingle

      On the first Sunday in December (2 December this year) we have a wonderful service of light – involving Christingles, made by children at our church school. These consist of oranges decorated with a candle, a ribbon, raising and sweet – each of which has a symbolic meaning. This take place at the shorter […]

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  • Carol Service

      Don’t miss our tradtional Carol Service: 5.00 pm on Sunday 9 December at St James. Norlands Chorale return to be with us, and this wonderful, atmospheric service of beautiful music and well-loved carols is rounded off with mulled wine and mince pies!

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  • Christmas Nativity Play

      Shepherds, Angels, Kings! Yes, it will soon be time for the St Clement Nativity Play, performed at St Clement at the Christmas Day Mass at 10.30 am. Practices take place during St Clement’s Junior Church, at 11.30 am on Sundays 9, 16 and 23 December (not all children have to attend all practices). For […]

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