2) Join a worship service by Zoom at 11:00 AM on Sundays each week. This will allow you to see the faces of others who are joining you in worship, and is particularly recommended for anyone living alone or worshiping on their own. This service is an alternative to watching the live-stream here on FB. You are welcome at either or both!
To join by video, you will need to go to the link— https://zoom.us/j/536015577 And use Meeting ID: 536-015-577 NEW PASSWORD REQUIRED BY LAW = 21409
3) Finally, keep an eye out closer to 11:00 AM for an email from the church each Sunday with a link to this church website where you can watch the sermon/prayers at your leisure! To be added to our list, just email firstname.lastname@example.org with your request.
NOTE: More info will be coming out soon with additional offerings for Holy Week services, in particular for those wanting to celebrate communion in virtual community, but living alone.
Don’t forget the other weekly offerings for connection:
NOTE THESE ARE ALL OVER ZOOM AND MAY REQUIRE A PASSWORD WHICH IS: 21409
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