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At Christ the King we take the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults very seriously and adhere to the policy of the Diocese of Peterborough. We are currently working to update this area with further details about the people responsible for Safeguarding at CtK and how to notify us of any concerns you may have.

Every person has a value and dignity which comes directly from the creation of male and female in God’s own image and likeness. Christians see this as fulfilled by God’s re-creation of us in Christ. Among other things, this implies a duty to value all people as having the Holy Spirit within them and therefore to protect them from harm.


We are committed to the:

  • safeguarding and protection of all children, young people and adults, care and nurture of the children within our church communities
  • care and nurture of, and respectful pastoral ministry with, children, young people and adults
  • establishing of safe, caring communities which provide a loving environment where there is a culture of vigilance about the dangers of abuse.


We will:

  • respond without delay to every complaint made which suggests that a child, young person or adult may have been harmed, co-operating with the police and local authority in any investigation
  • carefully select and train all those with any responsibility within the church in line with safer recruitment principles, including the use of criminal records disclosure and registration with the relevant vetting and barring schemes
  • seek to work with anyone who has suffered abuse, developing with them an appropriate ministry of informed pastoral care
  • seek to challenge any abuse of power, especially by anyone in a position of trust
  • seek to offer pastoral care and support, including supervision and referral to proper authorities, of any member of our church community known to have offended against a child, young person or vulnerable adult
  • follow statute, guidance and recognised good practice.
Our Current Policies for:
Andy Stilwell, 05/09/2018