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Gary Stephens

Gary is married to Joanne and together they have seven children and seven grandchildren...
Terry Quinn

Terry Quinn is an International bible teacher with almost 40 years of experience in teaching and...
Deacon Larry Oney

Deacon Larry Oney, a permanent deacon for the Catholic Archdiocese of New Orleans and Chairman of...

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Safeguarding Statement

The Community of Christ Prince of Peace is fully committed to safeguarding at New Dawn in the Church Walsingham and all its other events; so as to ensure a safe, caring, and charitable  environment for all, particularly children, young people, and adults at risk.

As an integral part of our mission, our safeguarding policies and procedures are adopted and  implemented according to the Catholic Safeguarding Standards Agency.

Recognising the dignity and rights of all vulnerable people, our highest priority is our duty of  care to safeguard, protect, and promote the welfare of children, young people, and adults at  risk. Therefore, our leadership team and all volunteers are fully committed to ensuring and  maintaining a Christ-centred, safe, attentive, and compassionate environment.

Working closely with statutory authorities, we are fully committed to 1) promoting the referral  pathway for victims and survivors of abuse 2) responding promptly and appropriately to any  allegations of abuse 3) supporting victims and 4) ensuring perpetrators are held to account.

Gary Stephens, Leader of The Community of Christ Prince of Peace & CEO of New Dawn  Walsingham