Join Zoom Online Meeting – 10am Every Sunday until further notice.
Meeting ID: Please check your NET or email us for zoom ID and password. firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’re on your laptop or desktop, download the app for Zoom. It’s a free app. After you’re set up, you can follow this link https://zoom.us/join and put in the ID number above. Each service will have a new ID number. We are also recording the service and will upload to our YouTube channel. But we’d love to see you in church. 🙂 And bring coffee or tea.
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Here is how to prepare and what to expect for Sunday worship online.
Get dressed. Not dressed up, but wear something that marks this as a different sacred time — different than hanging out in bed.
Prepare your heart. Settle down in front of your computer 5 minutes prior to breathe, center yourself, and be open to our new way of praying together. Whoever jumps online earlier, we’ll just chat until 10 am.
Pass the peace through the chat box when you enter the service. Use the chat box to say “Peace be with you from [your name]”
Sing along boldly! It will sound like you are singing along with Music Director Phil. The audio is managed by the “host”. I will need to mute everyone during group readings and singing so the feedback doesn’t screech. That is a drawback to Zoom — there’s no hearing everyone sing together. Hear with your heart. Watch everyone’s lips move — because we’re movers and shakers for Christ!
Offering prayers. During the Prayers of the People you can offer your prayers in the chat box. You can also send them to me before the service (by tonight) to include.
Think of someone. We will be reading the Eucharist service, rather than sharing the usual bread and wine, I ask that after we sign off from the service and coffee hour you telephone someone with a cheerful phone call. That act is truly sharing the body of Christ with your voice and heart. Plan now who you will call — friend, family, acquaintance.
Coffee hour. After the dismissal, I will keep the meeting open so we can chat and have coffee hour online. It will be wonderful for people to check in and share how it’s going for them.
Another worship resource is this: Your organist, Daniel Gledhill, and I have created this 3 1/2 minute video for your personal prayers this weekend. Did you know that Daniel studied film scoring? Hooray for us! This video is available on YouTube on our channel St Andrew’s Episcopal Church Fullerton, and also shareable on our Facebook page. Pray and share freely.
I will continue to collaborate with Phil, Beatriz, and Daniel to produce these prayer experiences for you as we shelter in faith.