Safeguarding

Our Commitment to Safeguarding

The needs of anyone who may be particularly vulnerable (either permanently or temporarily) must be taken into account in church life, with support to enable them to live full Christian lives. 
 
Assemblies of God (GB) is committed to support a safe culture within the local churches that it links with. It believes that those independent churches must demonstrate a duty of care to safeguard all children and vulnerable adults from harm. 

For further guidance, please: 

- refer to the ThirtyOne:Eight (formerly CCPAS) website which AoG endorses and recommends for use of their services.

- AoG accredited churches and leaders can access guidance within the Leaders Area of this website, where they can access further information on safeguarding policies, procedures and practice guidance for leaders, staff and volunteers, useful templates and self-check material.

For more about AoG's position on safeguarding, view the presentation on safeguarding made at the AOG Conference in 2014.