IP Address & Web Browser Information
We use IP Addresses to analyze trends and gather broad demographic information. IP Addresses are not linked to personally identifiable information. Other anonymous browser information is also collected (e.g. number of page visits, time of usage, technologies used). This information helps us understand our website usage in order to improve website content, usability, and performance.
A cookie is a small piece of data that is stored by your web browser on your computer. By default, most web browsers accept cookies. If you desire, you can set your web browser to disable usage of cookies. If you disable cookies, you can still use most of this website but some features will not be available.
For Online Giving, Church on Mill uses Planning Center Online Giving. You can find the privacy information here.
Other Website Forms
Personal information might be collected when visitors submit requests via website forms (e.g. Contact, Activity Requests). We use this information to fulfill your specific request for church information or activities.
Users may subscribe to a Church on Mill email list in order to periodically receive information about Church on Mill and posts from Church on Mill Blogs. To join the email list, the user’s name and email address is required. You can unsubscribe from the email list by clicking the “unsubscribe from this list” link at the bottom of the email you received or enter your email address here.
New blog posts are added by representatives of Church on Mill. However, comments can be added by any user. When comments are added, the user’s name and email address is requested. The user’s name and comment will be displayed in the blog but the user’s email address is not posted. The email address is used to help reduce SPAM and inappropriate comments. Comments will be removed by blog moderators if deemed inappropriate.
Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 (“COPPA”)
Personal information is not knowingly collected by this website directly from children under the age of thirteen. If a child chooses to send an email or other electronic request to Church on Mill, we may respond to that email or request. However, the email address of the child will be deleted and no personal information will be collected, stored, or disclosed.