A New Church Year, a New Worship Platform

We are gearing up for the new church year at the Church of the Larger Fellowship. And with that, we are looking at ways to enhance your experience of weekly worship. Starting on August 27, 2017, we will be moving away from Livestream for the weekly worship service and using YouTube Live instead. Watch Rev. Meg share her perspective on this shift here.

We are gearing up for the new church year at the Church of the Larger Fellowship. And with that, we are looking at ways to enhance your experience of weekly worship. Starting on August 27, 2017, we will be moving away from Livestream for the weekly worship service and using YouTube Live instead.

For folks who currently watch our weekly talk show, The VUU, this transition will be relatively simple. You can go to the CLF YouTube channel page and find a list of Upcoming Live Streams in the middle of the page. Click the upcoming worship service you wish to attend, and you will find a familiar set-up with the video on the left and a chat bar on the right.

Folks who have not used YouTube much may have some additional set-up to do to be totally ready to fully interact with our online worship service. You can check out the online worship readiness guide for step-by-step instructions. We also are holding a number of hands-on help labs in the next two weeks via Zoom.

Please reach out to a member of our worship team if you have any issues or questions! We look forward to this new year with all of you.

In Faith,

Rev. Meg and the CLF Worship Team


Originally published at Quest for Meaning.

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