While we still can’t get together in person, God’s church is not limited to just staying at home. The enemy is not going to win.
So, our pastor of discipleship is convening an online group meeting at 6:15pm onWednesday. We have a lot of Wednesday night regulars familiar with Life Groups, but if you are not, here is what to expect…
- Ken preaches a powerful message each Sunday, so we want to get the most out of it by discussing and applying what we experienced. Ken’s latest message can be found here. (generally the top-left video on this page).
- The worship bulletin for last Sunday is found here.
- The questions we are using are found here, if you would like to know ahead of time and be ready to respond in the group.
- You can easily join this group by signing up. Text only the word LIFEGROUP to 62488 and follow the instructions we send back, submitting that very brief form. When we have your contact information, we’ll send you the Zoom meeting link.
This is a Zoom meeting, so this information is important for your access to the group.
- The church Weekly Communique e-mail will have the meeting link. It is easy to click that link and join the meeting.
- You will be invited to download the zoom meeting platform to your computer, and download the Zoom App for your phone of tablet.
- The meeting ID and password will be a part of the meeting link, but if needed, the e-mail will those items.
- For security of the meeting, the host will keep you in a “waiting room” and let you in. This helps keep out hackers and those wanting to sabotage our meeting with inappropriate mischief.
- This is IMPORTANT – when asked for your name, give us your real name. If the name is not recognized, you will not be let in the meeting. The host will keep a list of those who have responded to the meeting invitation (whether you responded by e-mail or text).
- The meeting uses your computer or webcam microphone and camera. You are totally in control by muting your microphone and disabling your camera.
- We will discuss our pastor’s message and the passage he used the previous Sunday.