This website is powered by Church Edit — a Content Management Tool designed especially for churches. The website does not currently validate against the W3C standards for XHTML and CSS, as a number of sections are outside our control. The sections that we can control have been built to conform to these standards and we strive to achieve AAA accessibility rating against the web content accessibility 1.0/2.0 (WCAG), which means that our site will be viewable by the widest ranges of devices both now and in the future. However, the site should be equally usable in browsers which do not support CSS at all, which includes the browser you are currently using. It has been tested in the browsers, Firefox 59, Internet Explorer 7 & 10, Opera 52, Chrome 27, and NetSurf 3.7.
Screen readers & PDAs …
Access Keys …
Access Keys provide a quick way to navigate round the site without using a mouse. We have based our keys on the UK Government Access Keys system. The keys are used in conjunction with Alt or Ctrl keys which vary depending on your browser.
- Hold down
- Alt key if using Internet Explorer, Brave, Opera or Google Chrome for Windows
- Alt & Shift key if using Mozilla/Firefox
- Ctrl if using Firefox or Safari on a Mac
- And simultaneously select a key from the list below:
- 0 — Accessibility details
- 8 — Terms & Conditions
- 9 — Go to the Contact Us page
- S — Skip to content
- Press Enter if using Internet Explorer for Windows PC (other browsers go to the page immediately).
External websites …
We have included links to other websites. All external links are marked as such with the prefix “External link:” in the title of the anchor and with non-CSS browsers the text “(external link)” will be displayed after the link unless it is obvious from the link that it takes you to another website.
We have no control over the nature, content and availability of these sites, and the inclusion of any link does not necessarily imply a recommendation or endorse the views expressed within them.
Documents on this website …
All the downloadable documents available from this website are in the PDF file format. In order to view these documents on this website you will require a PDF reader, such as Adobe Acrobat Reader; the latest version of which can be downloaded free of charge from the Adobe website.
Problems accessing this website …
We want to make this website as accessible as possible. Please let us know if there is anything we could do to make it easier for you to access it. If you discover any broken links or errors anywhere within the site, please let our webmaster know.