Privacy Policy and National Redress Scheme

Privacy Policy

Grange Baptist Church adheres to the Baptist Churches of SA & NT Privacy Policy. An Act of Parliament ‘Privacy Act 2000’ was passed which sets out laws in relation to all personal information collected. This Act was amended in 2013 with many significant changes effective in March 2014. Grange Baptist Church Inc and Baptist Churches of South Australia and the Northern Territory Inc have committed to compliance with the Act.

Personal Information

Information gathered by Grange Baptist Church will be added to our pastoral care database and available to our church leadership. You are free not to provide personal information; however, by doing so you may limit our ability to care for you.

Images & Videos

Images and videos are captured during our services and events, and used for promotional and archival purposes. To opt out of appearing in any of Grange Baptist's promotional/archival material, please chat to our friendly team or contact Michael Madden.

Live Streaming

Only our sermon from the 10 am service is live streamed on Facebook. In the process of capturing a worship experience, our team may capture the back of your head or your side profile.


If you wish to access any personal information held about you or want to know more about the Church’s Privacy Policy, please contact the Church’s Privacy contact person:

Michael Madden

0444 530 757

For more information about BCSANT's Privacy Policy, please contact:

Glenn Dixon

Baptist Churches of SA & NT Inc (BCSANT) Privacy Officer

8357 1755

National Redress Scheme

Grange Baptist Church Inc. has joined the National Redress Scheme as a member of Baptist Churches of South Australia and the Northern Territory Inc. The National Redress Scheme provides acknowledgement and support to people who experienced institutional child sexual abuse and was created in response to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. More information about the participation of Baptist Churches of South Australia and the Northern Territory Inc in the National Redress Scheme is available on the BCSANT Website.

If the above link doesn’t transfer, this is the link:

Please note: the wording of this has been approved by the National Redress Scheme, and should not be changed without permission. Also note, this should not be used in conjunction with any images of people or of children’s artwork.

If you have any questions email

(This was copied from the BCSANT Administration and Finance Update of 8 May 2024.)