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The General Data Protection Regulations require us to inform you what personal information is held by Emmanuel Church, and how it is used. You may also determine how we use that information to communicate with you.

What does Emmanuel chapel use your data for?

The data is used to facilitate the following:

  • maintaining records to enable the pastor’s oversight of his congregation (eg name, address, and other contact details)
  • person-to-person contacts within the membership (eg the Members List, Prayer Diary)
  • organising church groups and activities (eg Rock, Toddlers, special events, etc)
  • evangelising outreach through leaflets, monthly gazette, internet etc (this may occasionally include photographs or videos of group activities)
  • meeting the legal requirements for financial management, including gift aid
  • paying employees, suppliers, making charitable donations
  • recording sermons/talks by visiting preachers/speakers

How do we look after your data?

  1. We acknowledge that your personal data (eg name, contact details, etc) are your own property and respect your right to make it available to us or withdraw it.
  2. We will always make reasonable endeavours to hold your data securely, and ensure that it is up-to-date and accurate.
  3. We will only hold such data as is necessary for church administration and activities, and remove it on request or else when it is no longer relevant.
  4. Only authorised persons have access to your data, and only such as falls within their area of responsibility.
  5. We will never share your data with any third party, unless required to do so by law.
  6. If you no longer wish to retain links with us then you may notify us at any time remove your details from our active database:

Any further information please Contact Us.

COVID addendum

In order to fulfil our responsibility to provide a safe environment in which those attending the Chapel can pray and worship during this COVID-19 recovery phase as part of our booking process we will be collecting your name and contact details. We will only use this information for this context and may share your details with NHS Test, Trace, Protect if they are requested as part of their contact tracing and the investigation of local outbreaks.

These specific details will be retained for a period of 21 days in line with government guidance and then disposed of within the following 7 days.

Data Protection legislation allows us to process this information as we regard it as being in the church’s legitimate interest.

Further guidance can be found at www.gov.wales and www.ico.org.uk/coronavirus