Media Policy


Photos, videos, and other media taken on our campus may be used to help our church grow and flourish because they tell our story, provide visitors information and an idea of what to expect when they attend our worship services and events, highlight the work of those who serve, and allow us to communicate our mission as a church for people who don’t go to church via our website and other digital and printed media.

Accordingly, photography, videography, live streaming and other recording may be in progress at FBC Conroe’s church services, ministry activities, classes, programs and other church events. FBC Conroe may use the media recorded at these events in materials produced by or for the church, including but not limited to our bulletins, posters, brochures, newsletters and other printed media and electronic materials, digital media (e.g., FBC Conroe’s website, Facebook, and other social media sites.)

By participating in FBC Conroe’s church services, ministry activities, classes, programs and other events you understand that:

  • You consent to be photographed, videotaped or otherwise recorded;
  • You grant your permission for FBC Conroe to use recordings containing your image, likeness, voice or statements, without compensation, credit or other consideration to them, for FBC Conroe’s promotional, publicity and other purposes, throughout the world and in perpetuity;
  • And you agree to release, hold harmless and indemnify FBC Conroe from any and all liabilities and claims involving the use of your image, likeness, voice or statements.

You can notify and fill out a form provided by the ministry area leader if you would like the church to exclude you from any photos, video, or media. You can also ask for specific photos to be removed or edited. However, video and live stream messages cannot be edited.

We strive to ensure that photography and videography are used in safe and positive ways. We will not knowingly and intentionally post any photo, video or other recording that would be embarrassing, objectionable or hurtful to any clearly, personally identifiable individual in the recording.