Whistleblowing Policy 

This congregation is committed to the principles of openness, probity and accountability. In line with that commitment we expect anyone who has a serious concern about any aspect of our congregational life to voice those concerns in good faith and in line with the following procedure without fear of victimisation, subsequent discrimination or disadvantage.

The purpose of this policy is to provide a procedure which enables concerns to be raised if there are reasonable grounds for believing there is serious malpractice occurring or likely to occur. It applies to all employees, contractors, consultants, temporary casual and agency workers within the congregation and the word “employee” is used in this policy to cover all such individuals. It also applies to members and adherents of the congregation. Matters of concern should be raised responsibly through the procedures and guidance as detailed in this policy.

A link to the full details of the policy can be found here