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Worship Service – Epiphany Sunday – Facebook Live
January 3 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am
- Doxology – God is Able. Pastor Jack. This will be the beginning of a series of messages in which we are seeking proper praise for God as we consider issues of inclusion in the church. The passage for this week provides us with the theme scripture for the entire series: Ephesians 3:20-21. Doxologies are liturgical expressions of praise to our loving Creator; short hymns of praise if you will. Doxology literally means “a study of praise.” While we have just emerged from a very difficult year, the difficulty is not over. As I think through this past year, what are the events and emotions that come to our minds? When you consider this past year, are you focused on the difficulties and acrimony about wearing or not wearing masks, closed businesses, and churches, or when you look back can you see blessings? Can you praise God for anything that happened in 2020? Is there a Doxology that you can share as we say good-bye (or good riddance) to 2020 and enter into 2021 which will no doubt present us with challenges of its own?
- The Mueser Family
- Sara Hazen, Ashley & Aubrey Gibbs
- The Cairo Family
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- Make sure that your internet isn’t being used for something else.
- Remember, if someone is watching Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, or another streaming video service, that is taking up your Internet bandwidth. Ditto if anyone in the household is streaming music from Spotify, YouTube, or a similar service.
- Your phone may also be using bandwidth if you’re logged into your home wireless network. And, if anyone is streaming video or music to a phone or tablet, that’s using your Internet bandwidth. If anyone is having a Zoom meeting, that is using your bandwidth.
- If you begin watching the stream and it freezes and doesn’t “catch up” in 30 seconds or so, close Facebook and re-join the stream. We’ve had folks report that this has solved their issue.
- A few of us have been “kicked off” of the Facebook stream for no apparent reason. If this happens, just go back and join in again.
- If you’re on Facebook but don’t see the live video, wait a few minutes. We start the live stream at 10:25, but there is about a 2-minute delay on the live video. If you’ve been waiting a while and still don’t see the live video, leave the page, then come back.