Help Needed to Begin a Lay Ministry for Livestreaming
Volunteers are needed to help in the restructuring of our worship, both in its delivery over the Internet and how it is projected for those worshiping in church. This might include delivery to handheld devices.
Going forward we will always be live-streaming our worship. The sharing of bound books and hymnals will be discouraged for use during the Covid-19 crisis and beyond, so we need to have a plan for utilizing the technology available to give people as much access as possible to all components of worship - the liturgy and the hymnody in particular - both online and within the church building.
Please note that the plans to be developed will not be as drastic as it sounds: it's just adapting to our situation and in keeping with our Episcopal Tradition. We are a prayer book church and will continue to be so, though perhaps not with as much paper in our hands.
If you are interested in helping with this new ministry, please let the Marge Keller, Eva Lesniak and Father Phil know at email@example.com.
CHS Pastoral Care Virtual/Tele Chaplaincy
This program is a way to support the congregation during these difficult times. We all respond to the current events and the trauma related to COVID differently and may need to speak with a live chaplain. The chaplaincy program is not limited to current events but could be personal whatever is on your mind and you need support and comfort. All calls are confidential unless there is something said that is cause for concern.
Deacon Michelleslie will be the Virtual Chaplain and can be contacted Wednesday 3-6 pm, Fridays 4-7 pm and Sundays 12-6 pm at 908-442-8063 (GIB T0NE).
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