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audio recording in sacrament meeting?
Topic Started: Dec 20 2017, 03:01 AM (57 Views)
avicitiffany
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Hi there,

Taking photographs or making video recordings in chapels is not permitted. Meetings and other events that are held in the chapel may not be broadcast over the Internet or by any other means (see 18.3.1 for an exception [Stake Conference]).

A member of our ward asked if they're allowed to record the audio of a sacrament meeting. Not by setting up elaborate equipment but just via an iphone or similar device resting on their lap. It could be done discretely and no one would notice it. Even if it wasn't allowed, I'm not sure how we could prevent it other than asking people not to do it.

HB2 section 21.2.10 specifically talks about pictures and video and streaming but not necessarily about audio. Is this more about the "spirit" of the law rather than the "letter" of the law? That is, even though audio recording is not specifically forbidden, is it implied?

I looked through HB1 as well and couldn't find anything definitive.

The purpose of recording a sacrament meeting talk (not from a general authority - just from members of the ward) was for further edification and review later. I suppose that could be accomplished by taking notes but I know that if I'm concentrating on taking notes, I sometimes miss things from the talk itself and it makes it harder to feel the spirit. If I've take away the "burden" of taking notes, then I can really enjoy the talk but then listen to it later if I really wanted to get a quote.

Thanks





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