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  • Writer's pictureMark Cresswell

Changes to Online Services

Through the pandemic we have been able to produce a weekly online service while our churches were closed. This has been very successful for both those of us who have recorded and produced them and for those of us who have been able to join in. Last winter we had an average of over 750 views per month and we've been in various people's homes, on a boat, in a field, and in various churches. Thank you to all those who have contributed and made this happen.

We value the online community that has grown up around these services and who continue to join us each week. To develop this we now plan to live stream a service each week, initially from Grundisburgh. We hope this live experience will be something that's a step closer to actually being in church. Joining in worship together, either in church or online, will unite us together perhaps more than before. Of course the recording will remain in place to view later.

So from Sunday 3rd October our online services will be live from Grundisburgh at 11am. One other change is that we need to change from YouTube to Facebook to do this. You don't need an account to view the services though. Services will just appear on the page a few minutes before the start.

Click here to visit our Facebook page (Account not needed).

If you'd like to watch on your TV please look for the Facebook Watch app on your TV (or download it) and search for our page: CarlfordChurches. Facebook has instructions here to set up the app. Again an account is not needed.

If you'd rather not see other Facebook posts - Facebook Watch on a computer provides a good direct link to our services. Please click here

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Sep 24, 2021

Thank you for the work completed and thank you for this useful guidance to help a smooth transfer from YouTube to Facebook Watch.


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