How to Attend Our Virtual Sunday Worship Service

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Join us with zoom on your computer* after 10 am by clicking on this link:

You can log in any time after 10 am on Sundays. If you see on your screen: Waiting for the host to start this meeting it has not started yet, because this is a live event and a live service. When we are pau - its pau.

More details:

We are using zoom for this live worship service. If your computer, tablet of cell phone has a camera, you can join with video. Or you call in from a landline or a cell phone and just listen (see bottom). Detailed instructions for both options are in this PDF file.

To download the PDF with step-by-step instructions click here .

If the words ‘zoom meeting’ sound scary to you, or want a zoom refresher, please first watch: Joining a Zoom Call for the First Time; Fun and Easy Online Connection on YouTube. She takes a few minutes to get to the heart of the matter, but she explains all the steps on a PC brilliantly. She also explains how to mute the mic or the camera in your device.

You may also call into the service by phone:

Call:  1 (669)900 9128 and enter 249115171# when it asks for the meeting ID (not password). Then simply press # for the participant password. Listen and enjoy.

More phone numbers are listed in the PDF.

*Chrome is the recommended browser by zoom. But we have successfully logged in with most browsers with Macs and PCs.

Some tips that might come in handy:

If you access zoom with a tablet or mobile phone it looks slightly different, depending on the system you use. We recommend you try zoom before hand, to make sure it works with the app needed.

Logging in on a mobile device that never logged in to zoom: the device will ask you to download the app you need to join the meeting.

If two people use the same WiFi network at the same time, with e.g. a computers and/or a tablet next to each other, we get a painful feedback noise everybody hears. Make sure you sit in different rooms.

Zoom's Virtual backgrounds are all the rage at the Moment. But they only work well if you have at least an i5 or i7 processor (a fast computer) or they may make you look very silly.