Our example is Jesus. He treated all people with dignity and respect. As followers of Jesus, we affirm that all people have the right to be emotionally and physically safe, respected, and have their views and opinions valued at all times.
We are committed to the following:
- zero tolerance of all forms of abuse
- protection of vulnerable people
- listening to concerns raised
- our board, leadership teams and workers carry the responsibility for keeping our communities safe
Who to contact?
If you have any concerns or a complaint about the conduct of a Praxeis worker or activity or you are aware of a situation involving the safety of a child or other vulnerable person, please contact the Praxeis Safety Officer. You are welcome to contact us through either phone, text or email and we will respond as quickly as possible.
Ron Turner, [email protected], 0407 028 545
If you are aware of a child being in danger, please contact 000.
For all other concerns, this quick safety reporting chart will help you to know what the steps involved are when concerned about the safety of a child or other vulnerable person.
To read our Safe Praxeis policy, please download here:
Creating safe places for Indigenous people to discover Jesus
We are excited by what God is doing amongst Indigenous people. The Discovery Bible Study has been a really helpful tool as we engage with Indigenous people. It allows them to access the bible and prayer in their own context and culture. Check out some of the stories below: