Worship at Home Opportunities
Radio Worship Opportunities
6:30 AM Channel 26 (NBC26 Green Bay WGBA)
Time of Grace Ministries (TV-G) Time of Grace is for people who want more growth and less struggle in their spiritual walk. We connect people to God's grace so they can start living in freedom
9:00 AM First Lutheran (ELCA) WOMT Radio 1230 AM
Worship will still happen at 9am on Sunday morning, but we gather through our radio broadcast. Listen to 1240 WOMT AM, livestream from their website (womtradio.com and click "listen live"), or (if staff can get infrastructure set up) Facebook Live
Live streams via the Internet
8:00 am St Thomas (Episcopal) Menasha, Live Stream
https://www.stthomaswi.com/important-information/ link from their website
9:00 am All Saints (Episcopal), Chicago
Worship Alternatives March 21 2020.docx
9:00 am Intersession / Beloved Community (Episcopal/ELCA), Stevens Point
We will be livestreaming the 9:00 am service on our church's Facebook (FB) page. If you are unsure of how to access this virtual service, follow these steps:
Both of these are via Facebook Live,.
10:00am St. Thomas (Episcopal) Menasha, Live Stream
10:15 AM Morning Prayer with Bishop Matthew Gunter from Grace (Episcopal), Sheboygan
http://www.gracesheboygan.com/index.php/grace-abounds Click on "live stream" link on the upper right hand of the web site
Worshiping on your own at Home
The Book of Common Prayer is online and can be found here www.bcponline.org. On the left side of the page are a series of links to different services. Click on The Daily Office, then go to Daily Devotions for Individuals and Families where there are short services for various times of the day. For those who would like less-gendered language than what is in the prayer book, go to the pdf of Enriching Our Worship by clicking here, or to the New Zealand Prayer Book here.
The Prayer Book of the Armed Forces offers this prayer when one cannot attend worship:
In union, O Lord, with your faithful people at every altar of your Church, where the Holy Eucharist is now being celebrated. I desire to offer you praise and thanksgiving. I remember your death, Lord Christ; I proclaim your resurrection; I await your coming in glory. And since I cannot receive you today in the Sacrament of your Body and Blood, I beseech you to come spiritually into my heart. Cleanse and strengthen me with your grace, Lord Jesus, and let me never be separated from you. May I live in you, and you in me, in this life and the life to come. Amen.
Thanks to Interim Rector Stephen Applegate and Associate Rector Andrew Rutledge, All Saints, Chicago, for these home worship resources.
Friday Morning Prayer at St. James
6:30AM Friday Morning Prayer is now available by calling in on your phone, tablet or computer. Currently this is a voice (audio) only service, no video. We have a variety of Worship Leaders who will guide us through the service. Morning Prayer generally lasts half an hour.
These are the links to access the service:
To enter Morning Prayer via phone dial: (571) 317-3122
and when directed enter the Access Code: 780 162 197 #
If instructed to enter an "Audio Pin" enter #
Join via your computer or tablet at https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/780162197
Here's a summary of what to expect:
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