The Pastor's Heart with Dominic Steele

Check-ins, singing, 4 square meters and the way out of COVID-19 - with Gary Koo, Cade Embery and Nick Utber

June 15, 2020 Gary Koo, Cade Embery & Nick Utber Season 3 Episode 30
The Pastor's Heart with Dominic Steele
Check-ins, singing, 4 square meters and the way out of COVID-19 - with Gary Koo, Cade Embery and Nick Utber
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The Pastor's Heart with Dominic Steele
Check-ins, singing, 4 square meters and the way out of COVID-19 - with Gary Koo, Cade Embery and Nick Utber
Jun 15, 2020 Season 3 Episode 30
Gary Koo, Cade Embery & Nick Utber

Check-ins, singing, 4 square meters and the way out of COVID-19.

The Australian Prime Minister says in stage three of the Post Covid-19 reopening, groups will be able to meet with no upper limit on numbers from July, but there will be a blanket rule of 4 square meters per person. 

However, all visitors to buildings will be required to checkin and provide contact details.  For churches that have had no pastoral monitoring of who is attending, this is likely to be a revolution. 

But how to handle the technological upgrade necessary? 

We are talking today with Bishop Gary Koo, who heads the Sydney Anglican COVID-19 taskforce, and two Australian IT wizards Melbourne’s Cade Embery, founder of http://www.fluro.io and Sydney’s Nick Utber, from Open Box technology and https://www.adminosaur.com/.

Subscribe at: https://www.thepastorsheart.net/podcast/check-ins-singing-4-square-meters

Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thepastorsheart)

Show Notes

Check-ins, singing, 4 square meters and the way out of COVID-19.

The Australian Prime Minister says in stage three of the Post Covid-19 reopening, groups will be able to meet with no upper limit on numbers from July, but there will be a blanket rule of 4 square meters per person. 

However, all visitors to buildings will be required to checkin and provide contact details.  For churches that have had no pastoral monitoring of who is attending, this is likely to be a revolution. 

But how to handle the technological upgrade necessary? 

We are talking today with Bishop Gary Koo, who heads the Sydney Anglican COVID-19 taskforce, and two Australian IT wizards Melbourne’s Cade Embery, founder of http://www.fluro.io and Sydney’s Nick Utber, from Open Box technology and https://www.adminosaur.com/.

Subscribe at: https://www.thepastorsheart.net/podcast/check-ins-singing-4-square-meters

Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thepastorsheart)