£40 – £65

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Various Locations (Arbroath and Barcaple)

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Two brand-new national weekend residential events that build on the practices of National Youth Assembly (NYA) are offering young adults the chance to create and participate in community.

Taking the theme of 'Follow Me', these weekends will help us develop and deepen our faith through fellowship, worship, workshops and conversations.

Open to all 18-30 year olds with a connection to the Church of Scotland, we are running the event in two locations.

Date: 24-26 January 2020 | Venue: Windmill Christian Centre, Arbroath,

Date: 7-9 August 2020 | Venue: Abernethy Centre, Barcaple

Cost: £65 / £40 (Priority Areas / Air travel required)

Places are limited to 50 per venue.

Booking for Arbroath closes 21 December 2019 | Booking for Barcaple closes 27 June 2020

We will be strongly urging local congregations and/or presbyteries to bear a large proportion of the cost for you so please make sure you speak to yours.

Your attention is drawn to the privacy notice for this event:
Privacy Notice: When you are asked to provide your personal data on this website you are giving your personal data to The Church of Scotland as the Data Controller.
Your Personal Data: You are being asked to supply your name, email address, contact number, payment contact name and address, payment card details, gender, date of birth, age on first day of event, dietary requirements, medical/mobility issues, Church attended, Presbytery or denomination, worship involvement, room sharing options, and emergency contact details. Your IP address will also be recorded. Your contact information and transaction details will be retained for three months, after which it will be disposed of by removing the data from Eventbrite and deleting any data from the Church of Scotland servers.
Purpose: The purpose of processing the personal data we ask for is to undertake administration for the Young Adults’ Weekends 2020 events. The legal basis for this processing is fulfilment of contract and processing dietary and medical information under protecting your vital interests as a data subject. Your personal data will not be used for any other purpose without your permission.
If you do not provide the personal data requested, we cannot provide you with a place on the event.
Data Subjects: Personal data processing is carried out for Delegates of conferences and events.
Lawful Reasons for Processing: Processing Purpose: Administration of bookings; Observing dietary requirements and health/mobility issues. Lawful Reason: Fulfilment of Contract; Protecting the vital interests of the data subject.
Sharing Your Personal Data: Your personal data will only be shared with our contracted data processor – Eventbrite - who will process your data according to written instructions agreed by The Church of Scotland.
The purpose of the sharing is processing necessary to administer your booking and for no other purpose.
It may be necessary to otherwise share your personal data in order to comply with a legal obligation or in order to protect your vital interests or those of another data subject.
Data Transfers: Your personal data will be transferred outside the EEA to the USA where it is protected by the EU/US Privacy Shield.
Note that for the purposes of administering your payment for this event, this is handled by Eventbrite and they are the Data Controller for your payment, with Church of Scotland acting as a data processor on their behalf.
Your Rights: The Data Protection Act 2018 gives you rights over your personal data. These include the right to object to any aspect of our processing and the right to complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) in the UK.
Under the Data Protection Act 2018 you have the following rights: 1. The right to be informed. 2. The right to access (your personal data). 3. The right to rectification. 4. The right to erasure. 5. The right to restrict processing. 6. The right to object to processing. 7. The right to data portability. 8. Rights in relation to automated decision-making.
If you wish to invoke any of your rights, including for the purpose of a Subject Access Request (SAR), send your written request to: Data Protection Officer, Church of Scotland, 121 George Street, Edinburgh, EH2 4YN. Or email: lawdept@churchofscotland.org.uk.
For more information see the Privacy Policy on our website: https://www.churchofscotland.org.uk/site/privacy_and_cookie_policy
You may also advise us of an incident involving personal data or data breach using the same contact information.
You can contact the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) as the regulator in the UK at: Website: www.ICO.org.uk Address: Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire SK9 5AF
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