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Readers' Facebook Group

Who qualifies for membership of the group?
It is for use by Church of England Readers (Licensed Lay Ministers) including those in Wales and the Diocese of Europe who are members of the Church of England Readers Forum.

Is it accessible by non Readers or the general public?
No - it is a 'secret' group. Only members can find the group and see posts.

How do I join the group?
1. You must have an active facebook account.
2. Send an email request to John Marshall - - Chair of the CRC website committee. He manages the page and will verify your CRC website Forum membership.

Why do I have to be registered for the CRC Forum?
So that eligibility to join the group can be checked. Once verified you will be sent an invitation to join the facebook group.

How is the group different from Forum membership?
On facebook you can post content, message and have live chat with individuals or hold a group chat with members online.

Are there any guidelines or rules for use of the group?
Yes. In accordance with the facebook Statement of Rights and Responsibilities.

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