Policies

Safeguarding Policy

Protection of children and adults policy statement.

Jubilee Church Policy on Safeguarding

The following statement was agreed by the leadership on 17 March 2023.

This place of worship is committed to the safeguarding of adults with care and support needs and children in order to ensure their well-being.

We recognise that we all have a responsibility to help prevent the physical, sexual, psychological, financial and discriminatory abuse and neglect of children and adults at risk of harm and abuse and to report any such abuse that we discover or suspect.

We recognise that the personal dignity and rights of children and adults and will ensure all our policies and procedures will reflect this

We believe all children and adults should enjoy and have access to every aspect of the life of Jubilee Church Wirral.

We undertake to exercise proper care in the appointment and selection of those who will work with children and adults with care and support needs.

We are committed to:

Following specialist guidelines in relation to safeguarding children and adults and will ensure that as a place of worship all workers will work within the agreed procedure of our safeguarding policy

Supporting, resourcing and training those who undertake this work.

Ensuring that we are keeping up to date with national and local developments relating to safeguarding.

Ensuring that everyone agrees to abide by these recommendations and the guidelines established by this place of worship.

Supporting all in the place of worship affected by abuse.

We recognise:

Children’s Social Care has lead responsibility for investigating all allegations or suspicions of abuse where there are concerns about a child. Adult Social Care has lead responsibility for investigating all allegations or suspicions of abuse where there are concerns about an adult with care and support needs.

Where an allegation suggests that a criminal offence may have been committed then the police should be contacted as a matter of urgency.

Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility.We will review this statement and our policy annually.If you have any concerns for a child or adult, then speak to one of the following who have been approved as safeguarding co-ordinators for this place of worship/organisation.

Danielle Wynn, Safeguarding Co-Ordinator

David Frodsham, Deputy Safeguarding Co-Ordinator


A copy of our safeguarding policy can be seen upon request by emailing danielle@jubileechurchwirral.org.uk or dave@jubileechurchwirral.org.uk.

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Join us at our next Sunday meeting.

We meet every Sunday morning from 10.30am at The Jubilee Centre, Hose Side Road, Wallasey. We'd love to see you there.

Who we are

We're a group of men and women, passionate about following Jesus and helping God to change lives all over the Wirral.

Meetings

We meet on Sunday mornings from 10.30am-12:00pm and hold prayer meetings and life group meetings during the week.

Youth/children

We have four youth groups at Jubilee Church Wirral, catering for babies and toddlers right up to teenagers and young adults.

Who we are

We're a group of men and women, passionate about following Jesus and helping God change lives all over Wirral.

Meetings

We meet on Sunday mornings from 10.30am-12:00pm and hold prayer meetings and life group meetings during the week.

Youth/children

We have four youth groups at Jubilee Church Wirral, catering for babies and toddlers right up to teenagers and young adults.

Who we are

We're a group of men and women, passionate about following Jesus and helping God to change lives all over the Wirral.

Meetings

We meet on Sunday mornings from 10.30am-12:00pm and hold prayer meetings and life group meetings during the week.

Youth and children

We have four youth groups, catering for babies and toddlers right up to teenagers.

FAQs

Frequently asked questions – is there a dress code? Can I park easily? Do I need to bring a Bible or any money?

Missed a meeting? Not to worry.

You can catch up with all our recent meetings on YouTube or watch them on our website.

Missed a meeting? Not to worry.

You can catch up with all our recent meetings on YouTube or watch them on our website.

 

Blogs

Like reading? We publish a new blog almost every week, written by leaders and members of Jubilee.

Flames fun

Our fantastic Flames videos include craft, fun games and Bible study – perfect for children between 5 and 11.

FAQs

Frequently asked questions – is there a dress code? Can I park easily? Do I need to bring a Bible or any money?

Blogs

Like reading? We publish a new blog almost every week, written by leaders and members of Jubilee.

Flames fun

Our fantastic Flames videos include craft, fun games and Bible study – perfect for children from 5-11.

Life Groups

Our Life Groups are smaller communities of believers who love, encourage, provoke, support and believe in each other. There's cake, too.

What we believe

Our vision is to be an influencing church throughout the Wirral and beyond, releasing the Kingdom of God to people, regions and nations.

Get in touch. We’d love to hear from you.

We would love to hear from you if there’s anything we can help you with regarding Jubilee Church Wirral. Please contact us using the form on the right (or below if you’re using a mobile device!)

You can also give us a call on 0151 792 8358.

 

 

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