Safeguarding is everyones business
At St Mark's we fully endorse the principles of "Promoting a Safer Church" (click for information). These are the principles of effective care and protection towards all who may be considered vulnerable within our church community, and have adopted the statutory guidelines, as laid down by the Church of England.
To the best of our abilities, we implement all recommendations, with all relevant personnel (i.e. those who have primary contact with any 'vulnerable' people) subject to selection and appointment in accordance with the 'Safer Recruitment' guidelines in the above document [section 5].
We are as confident as we can be that St. Mark's Church provides a safe and caring environment, where all can gather, worship, pray, and be together - and we very much hope that you will find it so.
A copy of our 'Safeguarding' Policy, underlining the essence of "Promoting a Safer Church", can be found by clicking HERE
If, for any reason, you wish to discuss an issue, or simply want more information concerning 'Safeguarding'', please do not hesitate to contact our Safeguarding Officers, or the Guildford Diocese Safeguarding Advisor .
St Mark's Safeguarding Officers
Jim Elder-Ennis & Deglan Rowe: Tel- 01252-544711 E- firstname.lastname@example.org orSt Mark's Church
Guildford Diocese Safeguarding Advisor
Jackie Broadfoot: Tel- 07918-559387 E- email@example.com
NOTE: Please be aware that St Mark's email address is not a guaranteed secure site so we would recommend that you do NOT use it as a means of sending sensitive or personal information that you would prefer to keep confidential. Use the email for general information, questions, requests for help, etc., and we will contact you directly - so please be sure to give us contact details eg telephone number and/or postal address.