Event Date: 
Nov 16 2016 - 7:30pm - 9:30pm


Not only is the world a scary place, but with the internet that scary world gets into our homes... and with smart phones it gets into our pockets! Like so many things, the internet generally and social media in particular has power to do great good for the world and for our children as well as great harm.

Much that we can read and hear about this topic fills us with fear, and burdens us with elaborate technological tools and detailed family rules to try keep our kids completely safe. 

By contrast, this IT Training Night aims to bring a holistic but do-able approach to caring for the kids in our churches. We are convinced that understanding, communication and boundaries are the things that set the right culture for our kids to grow up in. We need to do what we can to keep them safe, but also prepare them for those circumstances we can't shield them from completely.

This event is for parents, wider family, support people and church leaders: to help us all think about how we can care for the kids in our churches with wisdom and realism


  • When: 7:30-9:30pm, Wednesday 16th November
  • Where: The Loft, Wellspring, Sandy Bay (Enter by Grosvenor St entrance, go right, up the stairs just past admin desk)
  • Cost: $20 to cover both event and administrative costs (Snacks included). We recommend churches subsidise their delegates.
  • Register: Registrations are Closed.



7:30 Welcome
7:40 Bullying and Other Social Media Madness (Mike and Christine Jolly)
8:20 Supper
8:30 Values for Computer Safety (Jason Imms)
9:10 Q&A/Forum with Hints and Tips
9:30 Close

Vision 100 IT presents Training Nights each year, to give professional-quality IT training to both our existing clients and any other ministries that might benefit. We are blessed with presenters who not only have IT expertise, but have also thought long and hard about how to apply this to the unique context of Christian ministry.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to email our Event Manager at eventmanager@vision100.org.