Safeguarding is at the heart of the gospel.
We are called to welcome and show compassion to the oppressed and vulnerable
and be a voice for the voiceless victims of injustice.
Safeguarding good practice in church helps us to do this and to develop a culture of care
underpinned by God’s unconditional love and welcome for all.
If you have any concerns about the well-being of children or vulnerable adults, or have training needs,
please raise these with our Parish Safeguarding Officer, Mari Gardner.