Privacy Policy

The St. David’s Uniting Church in Oakleigh welcomes you to our online community. We believe that community is central to mental health and well-being, and something that gives  hope for the future of our planet. We invite you to contribute to our online presence in ways that affirm others and works towards making this world a better place for all.


Guests are casual users who do not log into the St. David’s website. Guests are able to vote in our polls but are not able to leave comments.

Guests may subscribe to RSS feeds without providing personal information.

Registered users

Are those who choose to register by providing their email address. Registrations need to be confirmed by responding to the confirmation email.

Registered users may subscribe to RSS feeds, vote in polls and comment on news, events, forum questions etc. We warmly welcome anyone who wishes to be part of our online and interactive community to register. You do not need to profess any dogma or religious belief to join, but we do ask that you be respectful of all other users.

Registered users may modify their password and if desired add personal information about themselves (optional).

Newsletter Subscribers

Newsletter subscriptions are handled independently of registrations. To subscribe to our newsletters you will need to provide an email address and confirm your subscription via the subscribe email that will be sent to you. You may unsubscribe from newsletters at any time.

Typically we will use newsletters to invite you to events (like our labyrinth evenings), or share general parish news.

Moderation Policy

At St. David’s, we are a group of people who believe in the message that Jesus shared with his disciples. As part of this, we seek to:

Love God with all our heart, soul, mind and strength.
Love our neighbour as though he/she were us.

Our online community will be moderated to reflect this. We ask that you freely share comments or feedback if they contribute something positive to our virtual community. This does not mean your comments cannot be insightful or provocative. It is possible for a positive contribution to be critical if appropriate, just as a positive contribution may be about asking difficult questions. To keep it simple, please keep the above quote in mind.

Privacy policy

St. David’s Uniting Church, Oakleigh is committed to protecting your privacy while giving you an enjoyable and secure online experience.

Use of your Personal Information

St. David’s Uniting Church, Oakleigh will only use your personal information to deliver the services you request.

St. David’s Uniting Church, Oakleigh does not sell, rent or lease personal information to third parties.

St. David’s Uniting Church, Oakleigh does not use or disclose sensitive personal information without your explicit consent.

We will disclose your personal information, without notice, only if required to do so by law or in the good faith belief that such action is necessary.

Contact Information

We welcome your comments regarding this Statement of Privacy. If you believe that St. David’s Uniting Church, Oakleigh has not adhered to this Statement, please email us