4 ways you can participate in worship this Sabbath
Join the Livestream
Family worship experience is just a click away. In three TED-talk inspired messages from the story of Joseph, week Pastor Heather, Jose Vasquez and Karen Van Ornam will give practical ideas on how faith is greater than fear. Greg Reynolds will issue the connected church challenge focused on the Fourth of July. Music comes from Terrence Bardouille and Karla Rivera. Facebook Livestream!
Invite people to view with you in your home
Think about the people you feel safe socializing with, and make your time together purposeful. Invite them to join you in your home for a watch party from your living room.
Post your comments on the Chat
When you join the live stream, post a hello. It might be just a list of who is sitting around the screen with you. If there’s a part of the service that sticks with you, post it. Like the special music? Give thanks for them using their talents to praise God. How to Engage on a Live Stream
Start a watch party on FaceBook
Have friends in another state and you want to worship together? It’s a click away. First step, join the live stream on FaceBook. Watch the chat because there’s an option that will pop up, “do you know someone who would enjoy this, start a watch party!” Click that button and away you go. You will be able to see who joins and you can chat online as you worship together. 14 Things to Know About Facebook Watch Party
We look forward to seeing you through our online platform!
We are so thankful to everyone who is working behind the scenes to create an opportunity for us to worship together during this time of quarantine. To attend Sabbath Service, click the video below or join us for the LIVE CHAT on the Facebook Livestream!
Alternate Viewing Locations
Something Special for the Kids
Do your kids tend to get restless during online service? Well, we have bulletins for your kids too!!! You can click the button, download printer-friendly copies and print them before service starts! Enjoy!