Jubilee Central is run by Jubilee Church Hull, a established charity working in Hull since 2007. The content of the Jubilee Central website is owned and managed by Jubilee Church Hull and therefore subject to their policies and procedures including the Privacy Notice.
This privacy notice is to let you know how we promise to look after your personal information. This includes what you tell us about yourself, what we learn by having you as a member of the church, and the choices you give us about what groups you would like to be part of and other church activities. This notice explains how we do this and tells you about your privacy rights and how the law protects you.
At Jubilee Church Hull, we are committed to protecting your privacy and the confidentiality of your personal information. All staff and volunteers must have read, understand and follow our Data Protection Policy which can be viewed on request. Our policy complies with the Data Protection Act 2018 and incorporates the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This policy is reviewed regularly and changes made when necessary.
Jubilee Church Hull is part of the Regions Beyond network of churches. You can find out more about us at www.notdull.org
If you have any questions, or want more details about how we use your personal information, you can ask us either in person, by e-mail email@example.com or by calling us in the office on 01482 328196.
As well as our Privacy Promise, your privacy is protected by law. This section explains how that works.
Data Protection law says that we are allowed to use personal information only if we have a proper reason to do so. This includes sharing it outside Jubilee Church Hull. The law says we must have one or more of these reasons:
A legitimate interest is when an organisation has a business or commercial reason to use your information. But even then, it must not unfairly go against what is right and best for you. If we rely on our legitimate interest, we will tell you what that is.
Here is a list of all the ways that we may use your personal information, and which of the reasons we rely on to do so. This is also where we tell you what our legitimate interests are.
We use many different kinds of personal information, and group them together like this.
Type of personal information and description
We may collect personal information about you from these sources:
Data you give to us:
Data we collect when you take part in activities:
We may share your personal information with these organisations:
We will keep your personal information for as long as you are a member of the church or for longer if you continue to belong to any of the groups or activities run by the church.
After you stop being a member, we may keep your data for up to 10 years for one of these reasons:
You can access your personal information we hold by speaking with us or by writing to us at the church address.
You have the right to question any information we have about you that you think is wrong or incomplete. Please contact us if you want to do this.
If you do, we will take reasonable steps to check its accuracy and correct it.
You have the right to object to our use of your personal information, or to ask us to delete, remove, or stop using your personal information if there is no need for us to keep it. This is known as the ‘right to object’ and ‘right to erasure’, or the ‘right to be forgotten’.
There may be legal or other official reasons why we need to keep or use your data (eg financial data for Gift Aid claims / donations), but please tell us if you think that we should not be using it.
If you want to object to how we use your data, or ask us to delete it or restrict how we use it, please contact us.
You can withdraw your consent at any time. Please contact us if you want to do so.
If you withdraw your consent, we may not be able to provide certain services to you. If this is so, we will tell you.
Please let us know if you are unhappy with how we have used your personal information. You can contact us directly at the church either in person, via e-mail, letter or telephone.
You also have the right to complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office. Find out on their website how to report a concern.