Privacy Policy

Reform Congregation Oheb Sholom Privacy Policy

Reform Congregation Oheb Sholom is committed to protecting the privacy of individual members.  The following outlines Oheb Sholom’s collection and use of member information. By using our web site,, you consent to the terms and conditions of this Policy.  Oheb Sholom reserves the right to modify this Policy as needed and will provide all members notification when such modifications are made. Any violation of this Policy may result in a revocation of web site log in access.

 Information Collection and Use

Member information, such as address, phone number, and household members’ identity is collected by Reform Congregation Oheb Sholom and used for the purposes of administration and fostering community.  Member contact information is published in a Member Directory, in print and online versions, for the purpose of encouraging social contact among members. Oheb Sholom limits the dissemination of this information to members only. Other use by members, such as using, renting or selling the information for business purposes, is not acceptable.

 Photographs and Videos

Events and activities organized, hosted, or participated in by Reform Congregation Oheb Sholom and/or its affiliates may be photographed and/or video recorded without further notice to the attendees. These photographs and videos may be included in print material distributed by Oheb Sholom and/or posted on the public and/or private sections of the Oheb Sholom web site.  No compensation will be provided to participants identified in the photographs or videos.  In some instances, participants and/or their location may be identifiable and/or identified in the photographs and videos.


If you would prefer to not have your household members’ contact information, photographs and/or videos available on printed material or the web site, please submit an Opt-Out Privacy Form, as shown below and available from the Reform Congregation Oheb Sholom office. Oheb Sholom will periodically remind our congregants of their ability to opt-out.