Staying Spiritually Connected
Many churches are now able to post their sermons on their websites via a podcast, a number also broadcast their services via live webcasts. We’ve compiled some key advice to help you either broadcast your services or connect to other acts of worship taking place. There are plenty of ways to stay connected spiritually.
- Church of England and the Baptist Union provide some helpful tips for any church that want to start webcasting their services or sharing a sermon with their congregation.
- Premier Radio also have great advice on the range of platforms churches can use to connect their congregation virtually.
- The Methodist Church provide service sheets for those who wish to worship from home. They also provide a list of churches that broadcast their services on the internet.
- Vineyard Church have got some helpful tips on how to lead worship in your own home, or in a small group. Just because we can’t meet together in person, doesn’t mean our worship is any less significant.
- The Baptist Union are providing a daily time of prayer and reflection online via Skype. More than 2,000 people are already signing up to join.
- The BBC will also be broadcasting a virtual Sunday Service across all local radio stations, and hopefully on BBC One itself. Initially this will bel led by The Archbishop, Justin Welby.
“God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble,” Psalm 46:1