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Privacy Statement


We only process personal data in order to:

  • Maintain our list of church members

  • Provide pastoral support for members and others connected with our church

  • Provide services to the community

  • Safeguard children and vulnerable adults

  • Recruit, train, support and manage staff and volunteers

  • Maintain our accounts and records, including Gift Aid information

  • Promote the work of the church via social media (Facebook) and our website

  • Communicate with members and regular attenders directly about events and issues of importance within the church

   Under the GDPR regulations, you have the rights to:

  • Be informed about what data Open Door Church is collecting and why, how long we will hold it for and how to access it, correct it or have it deleted

  • Have access to all your data held by Open Door Church

  • Have any inaccuracies in your data held by Open Door Church corrected

  • Have any of your data held by Open Door Church deleted

  • Restrict processing of your data held by Open Door Church

  • Withdraw previously given consent

  • Refuse to allow your data to be used in any automated decision-making process

The Trustees of Open Door Church are responsible for ensuring that we comply with our legal obligations.

All enquiries regarding data protection, privacy and your rights as outlined above, can be made to:


Using this Website

We do not capture and store any personal information about individuals who access this website, except where you voluntarily choose to give us your personal details via e-mail, or by enquiring about any of our services or activities.

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