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Sunday, Wednesday and Friday
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Home centre - St John's Cathedral Brisbane

373 Ann St
Brisbane, QLD
4000 Australia

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  • Liturgical Assistant and Cathedral Council Rep 2024
Dr Julie
  • Liturgical Assistant
  • Liturgical Assistant
  • Cathedral Council Rep 2024

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Online Safety
We take the safety of our members very seriously at HHO and undertake to make being part of community as safe as possible
We take the safety of our members very seriously and undertake to make being part of community as safe as possible. 

Participants are reminded of their responsibility to behave with respect towards children and vulnerable people who may also be part of our community.   

Our members are encouraged not to give personal information away in Virtual reality or on Zoom - even when we are gathered with other members we know well. We must remember that being online is still a public space even if we are connecting from home or other safe places for us.   

Members are encouraged to think carefully about using their full names when they join spaces. Whenever a community member is mentioned in send-outs, on the liturgy screens or in other communications, only their first name will be used.    

Being part of any online activity represents some risk. Although we do our best to create a safe space, we must live with the reality that being online can expose us to scams, unwanted and uninvited content and varied behaviours from others also participating as well as those who seek to gain access to intentionally take advantage or disrupt the space.    

HHO will communicate with community members via email send outs, providing Zoom links and details of how to participate, faith-based resources and ways of how to make an offering or donation using the secure giving platform (also featured on the Give page).    

HHO will never: 

  • Send you a link to a bank site for you to log into.
  • Request that you reset your banking passwords in order to make a donation.
  • Ask you to contact a person who is not identified on our website as a HHO leader.
  • Ask what your log in credentials and passwords are to your email address, Zoom account, Altspace VR account, Discord server, bank account or any other platforms.   

If you receive an email that looks like it is from us, but seems off in any way, please do not reply, and email Rev’d Jamee or the team directly using the email addresses and contact forms provided on the Website.    

Online safety is the main reason signing-up is necessary to get the Zoom links for worship and gatherings, and why we don't have them listed on our website. By ensuring that those who have signed up are genuinely wanting to connect in or become part of the community, we have less risk of internet 'trolls' or 'bots' gaining access and disrupting our space. All member data and information for those on our send out list is kept securely through the ChMs system.   

We affirm the Church of England’s social media community guidelines for all HHO members and participants. 

By engaging with HHO social media and communication accounts, you agree to: 

  • Be safe. The safety of children, young people and vulnerable adults must be maintained. 
  • Be respectful. Do not post or share content that is sexually explicit, inflammatory, hateful, abusive, threatening or otherwise disrespectful.
  • Be kind. Treat others how you would wish to be treated and assume the best in people. If you have a criticism or critique to make, consider not just whether you would say it in person, but the tone you would use.
  • Be honest. Don’t mislead people about who you are.
  • Take responsibility. You are accountable for the things you do, say and write. Text and images shared can be public and permanent, even with privacy settings in place. If you’re not sure, don’t post it.
  • Be a good ambassador. Personal and professional life can easily become blurred online so think before you post.
  • Disagree well. Some conversations can be places of robust disagreement and it’s important we apply our values in the way we express them. 
  • Credit others. Acknowledge the work of others. Respect copyright and always credit where it is due. Be careful not to release sensitive or confidential information and always question the source of any content you are considering amplifying.    
  • Follow the rules. Abide by the terms and conditions of the various social media platforms themselves. If you see a comment that you believe breaks their policies, then please report it to the respective company.   

Only the sermon is recorded during our worship. Many people would likely appreciate having access to the full service recording, however due to the nature of our worship being so interactive - with members offering their ministry gifts in roles like LA, reader or prayer leader - we protect our community by 'pinning' the minister's screen and recording only the message of the day which is loaded to YouTube, embedded on the Sermons Page and made available to the community for further reflection.

Overall, being part of the HHO community should always feel like a safe space, but if anyone is in doubt or has a concern, they are welcome to raise it with either Rev'd Jamee or the St John’s Cathedral team or with our HHO Leaders, and we will gladly do our best to help.