Worship from home Sun 6pm update

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Worship from home Sunday 10.30am

137 people joined the service on March 22, total views are 885 so far. 219 joined the service on March 29th. There are still technical things to think about and we will continue to work on these. Please do tell (email) your minister or Martin Smith if you have helpful observations

Link to Sunday April 5th's' service: (HERE) it will probably be live only from 10.15 to 11.45 am on the Sunday. Service on Sunday April 5th to be led by Velma Campbell.

CHINESE SERVICE
The Chinese live-stream service is at 1.30pm on Sunday. Link: HERE

Tips

  • YouTube clips of hymns may be suggested. It can be difficult to switch to these whilst watching the service. We suggest loading them in separate tabs BEFORE the service so you can switch windows easily or load the service sheet in a separate tab and link from there. You may wish to cue them up before the service so you can skip adverts.
  • Some people found it useful to ask Alexa (other digital assistants are available) to play the hymn or to play he hymns on a second device.
  • Service sheets will be available on the right of this page >>>>
  • We will try to publicise the live-stream by Facebook or other means but this page will always be the most up to date source, sometimes last minute changes may need to be made.
  • If you don't have access to the Internet or there are technical glitches , simply use the service sheet at home, knowing you are sharing with friends across the circuit.
  • Some people find the "chat" disruptive during the service, it may be possible to turn the chat box off.
  • If you are a Pastoral Visitor, please ensure that those in your care have access to the information in this note and the service sheet (either by sending them an email or posting a copy through their door).

    Archived Services

    Service sheets for archived services are HERE

    March 29 (Tony Graff) HERE . Fast forward to about 16 minutes for the start.

    March 22 (Naomi Oates) HERE . Fast forward to about 30 minutes for the start.

    Methodist Central Hall library: HERE