“Phishing” e-mails — not from the church

The church has been having some problems with its e-mail over the past few weeks: mostly, “phishing” e-mails that ask recipients to “click” somewhere, to log in somewhere and change a password, or an urgent request to send money. Please note that the “reply-to” addresses of these messages are not church e-mail addresses. Until we get this sorted out, with the help of our IT consultant, please be careful with e-mails that seem to come from us at the church.

If your e-mail system allows you to report phishing e-mails, we encourage you to do so. For instance, if you use Gmail, “Report phishing” is an option under the “Reply” button.

We apologize for any inconvenience.

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