Information Collection and Use
The New Shul believes that personally identifying information, such as your name, postal and email address, or telephone number, is private and confidential. General access to our website is allowed, without providing any personally identifying information. Personally identifying information is collected only when you voluntarily submit it, such as when you email comments, make a donation, sign up for a discussion group or eNewsletter, request information, place an order, or register for an event.
The New Shul never provides or sells lists for commercial purposes.
Release of Information to Third Parties
The New Shul Does Not release your personally identifying information to third parties unless you have given us permission to do so or unless such release is required to comply with the law, or to protect the rights or safety of the congregation or our website users. Information that is collected will not be sold, shared, or rented by The New Shul to any outside company or organization.
Information that is collected will be used by The New Shul solely for the purpose for which it is given or to inform you of events and resources. Should you wish to opt-out of receiving any emails from The New Shul, please contact us.
Use of Material on Our Site
All content, with the exclusion of material attributed to or hyperlinked to external sites, is the property of The New Shul and may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the written permission of The New Shul. Please contact us by using the website contact form.
Links to Other Sites
The New Shul website, contains links to external, third-party websites where the content is not provided by The New Shul. The appearance of these links on our website is for informational purpose do not constitute endorsement by The New Shul of the external website, or the information, products, or services contained therein although some of these links located on the Sponsor page allow The New Shul to receive referral fees. These referral fees provide additional income that help The New Shul fulfill its mission.
The New Shul is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of other such websites and does not assume responsibility for the content of the material on other sites.
Opt-Out / eMail list removal
The New Shul gives users the following options for removing their information from our database, so they will no longer receive communications from The New Shul:
- You can opt-out from emails, mailings, and phone calls by modifying your own contact record. If you have an email address, we allow you to log in and modify this your opt-in / opt-out status.
- You can contact us by filling out the form on The New Shul contact page.
- We try to honor requests that we receive by telephone, but we may make mistakes identifying you or your email address and recommend that you use one of the other choices.
- You can also send mail to the following postal address:
General Website & List Maintenance