The information you'll find . . .
. . . on this website was created by Trinity Episcopal Church for the members, guests, and others who visit Trinity online. We make every effort to keep the site’s content accurate and up to date. There may be times, though, when information changes faster than we can post it online. If you have questions or concerns about anything you find here, please let us know:
REGISTERING ON TRINITY'S WEBSITE
If you decide to register on Trinity’s website, you’ll be asked for some personal information, including your name, address, e-mail address, telephone number(s), and, if you make a financial gift to Trinity online or perform any other financial transaction, certain financial information.
HOW WE USE THE INFO YOU GIVE US
We use the information you give us only to contact you about church business, activities, and events; to process any financial activity you initiate; and to improve the services we offer you, online and off.
We don’t sell, rent, or lease your personal information to third parties. We don’t save or store any of your financial information. We don’t track your online activity, though other websites may.
HOW WE KEEP YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION SAFE
Safeguarding the personal information you choose to share with us on this website is our priority.
We take advantage of state-of-the-art online security software and SSL (Secure Socket Layer) technology to make sure that your private information, including any financial information you may enter on this website, is encrypted so no one else can see your personal info.
VISITING OTHER WEBSITES
Trinity isn’t responsible for the content or privacy policies of other websites. That’s why we encourage you to read the “fine print” on websites that you visit through Trinity’s site. Be sure that you understand how those sites collect, use, and share information.
While our website includes links to other carefully chosen sites and information that we think you might find useful, we have no control over the nature, content, or availability of these resources. Their inclusion in Trinity’s website doesn’t imply a recommendation or endorsement of any outside resource.
HOW OTHER WEBSITES MAY USE "COOKIES"
Trinity wants to be able to communicate with members and visitors about church business, activities, and events. This is how we use the personal information you choose to share with us.
If you should ever decide that you no longer want to receive emails, newsletters, or other communications from Trinity, you can ask us to stop sending them. This is called “opting out.” You can opt out by contacting us and we’ll update your preferences for you.