Did you know that there are website guidelines put forth by The First Church of Christ, Scientist? As quoted on the website, christianscience.com, “These guidelines are provided primarily to help support and protect Christian Science branch churches and Reading Rooms as they create websites. However, these guidelines also apply to other individuals and organizations wishing to link to and promote the sites, products, and services…”
TFCCS recognizes the need for branch churches and societies to reflect their locales. Within some legal limits, what you show on your website is largely up to your own inspiration in responding to the needs of your community.
Although great flexibility is permitted, copyright issues might exist.
As your Christian Science branch church or society crafts its website, a ready resource to make sure you are not infringing on a legal matter is available. You may email email@example.com for further information on what is and isn’t allowable. Although great flexibility is permitted, copyright issues might exist. You should also contact a knowledgable Christian Science web designer to be sure. They are equipped to lead you and your church down the safe path.