Privacy Policy

Cookie and Privacy Policy

This page explains the information that this site records of your visit, and why you need to provide your email address when completing our enquiry forms.

1. Cookies

We record traffic to using the Google Analytics service. Google Analytics sets a cookie on your browser when you first visit the site. Cookies set by this site are called ‘’. You can block them through your browser’s user settings. If you are not sure how please use your browser’s ‘help’ function to find out. Or you can visit, which explains how you can delete and control all cookies set by your browser.

Please see Safeguarding your data on the Google Analytics website for details of Google’s policy regarding the privacy and security of the Analytics service.

2. Listing of Cookies

We use a variety of cookies on the website that may change from time to time that currently includes the following:-

Third party cookies:

Google Analytics

Google Maps



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Site cookies:

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3. Email

The enquiry forms on our Contact page asks for your email address so that we can reply to your message – your email address will not be used for any other purpose.

Please contact us with any questions about any aspects of our Privacy and Cookies Policy.  Also see item 11 of Terms and Conditions, that gives full details for service and advice for the website.

4. Protection of Data

Any information provided by you that is classified “personal data” supplied in connection with the website will be held by us on computers and/or manual records. This data will be used and stored by the Scottish Episcopal Church in a manner that meets privacy standards and the requirements of data protection legislation.

The Scottish Episcopal Church will only contact you in accordance with your wishes; your responses are recorded at the time these terms and conditions are presented.

Should you wish to modify or remove any or all of your personal information that you have supplied for the use of this website.  You should request assistance by writing to Scottish Episcopal Church at the Service Address shown in section 11 of our terms and conditions, stating your full name and address and providing any other relevant information.

5. Site Credits

This website is maintained by the Diocesan Information and Communications Officer.

The site design and development was undertaken by the United Diocese of Moray, Ross and Caithness, based on original work by Inigo Media for the SEC website .

The site is managed using the WordPress web publishing system.