To inform the parishioners and the public about the life, faith and work of the Episcopal Diocese of Springfield, its congregations, agencies, commissions and organizations. To equip the clergy and lay members of the Episcopal Diocese of Springfield for mission and ministry. To promote the mission of the Episcopal Diocese of Springfield, the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion.
The operation of the Episcopal Diocese of Springfield web site is the responsibility of the Diocesan Department of Communication under the direct supervision of the Web Manager and the Bishop.
All content on the site is the property of the Episcopal Diocese of Springfield, unless otherwise copyrighted. Any reproduction, publication, distribution or transmission of the site content is prohibited without the written and express permission of the Episcopal Diocese of Springfield.
Material submitted for publication on the web site will be subject to the standards and schedule of the Department of Communication and the Web Manager. The Department of Communication and the Web Manager reserve the right to edit material according to style, space and format requirements as well as for established grammatical usage.
Submitted links must adhere to the "Content Policy" and contain no pop-up advertising or other gadgetry detrimental to the purpose of the web site. Submitted links may be refused for any reason.
Acceptance of any material submitted does not constitute a promise of publication. The Department of Communication and the Web Manager do not warrant the accuracy of information submitted for publication. Publication of any information does not constitute an official endorsement by the Episcopal Diocese of Springfield.
The Episcopal Diocese of Springfield does not publish the name of minors appearing in photographs on the site. Contact information provided to the site, unless specified otherwise, will be assumed as intended and authorized for publication.
(Adopted by the Department of Communication of the Episcopal Diocese of Springfield, May 11, 2002; and approved by the Rt. Rev. Peter H. Beckwith, Bishop, May 16, 2002.)