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Cookies can be temporary or persistent. Temporary cookies exist only while your web browser is active; when you close your browser they cease to exist. Persistent cookies are saved in files on your hard drive and can be transmitted to websites requesting them. Closing your browser does not get rid of them. All of this is done behind the scenes.

The Dorfman Chapel website does not use cookies.