Being Together Virtually
During the days of the coronavirus pandemic, we continue to gather together for worship, although we do so via technology. We use Zoom, and we work hard to establish our “social presence” together as a community of people. So rather than just watching a broadcast, expect to see and hear multiple people, and to have the opportunity to be seen and to be heard!
What to Expect
In our worship services, we include a variety of elements and languages and songs. Often our Scripture readings are read in English as well as in other languages based on the languages known by the person reading Scripture. We also sing songs that include English and other languages, singing many songs originally written in English as well as songs that were written first in other languages.
We take time to pray in all of our services, sometimes being led by someone in prayer, and often including prayers by people in the congregation.
We want to keep adding new elements and variations in our service, especially as people share parts of their own traditions with us.
To get a feel for our worship services, see this video: