Frequently Asked Questions:
What Can I Do in My Nassau?
Set Your Security Setting.
View or update your member profile.
View a current church directory
View, or email members of groups you participate in.
Register online for events.
Search, review and submit interest in joining a group.
Review your personal giving to the church*
Review your pledge history*
How secure is my data?
The confidentiality of your data is our utmost priority. Only the data that we print in our existing church directory is available online to registered users. Furthermore, you can still opt-out of the online system by setting your personal profile, or by notifying us at email@example.com. Our software provider is ACS Technologies, the largest developer of church management software in the industry. They have a secured website that we access which is housed in a secure data center and is subject to periodic security audits to ensure the safety and privacy of your data.
*Who has access to my giving and pledge data?
Only you and the financial staff have access to your giving and pledge data (this is the same policy currently in effect.) No other church staff or member has access to this information.
At Nassau Presbyterian Church (NPC) we are committed to protecting the privacy of our members and attendees who give us their personal information. Any information provided to NPC will be used strictly to enhance the ministry of our church. Personal information includes but is not limited to: Name, address, email address, telephone number and picture.
- We do not sell personal information.
- We do not share information with persons or organizations outside of NPC without prior permission.
- We provide information to ministry leaders for the sole purpose of caring for and communicating with people who are actively involved in their groups or areas of service.
- We expect staff and volunteers to keep personal information confidential and to use personal information only to provide the services we’ve asked them to perform
- We communicate to our employees and volunteers the need to protect personal information.
- We use email addresses to provide notification of important NPC news, events or services. A member of the NPC staff will approve all church-wide emails prior to transmission