Worship Online this Sunday: Join us
March 22nd at 10:30am for our first ever “virtual” worship service using Zoom (see below). The service will start at 10:30, but we invite you to gather at 10:15 to
make sure we’re all able to access the service before we get started. The theme this week will be:
Loving Kindness & Connection: The Buddha taught the practice of Loving Kindness Meditation as an antidote to fear. It’s a way for us to practice living into the connections that bind our hearts and lives with kindness and in love.
We’ll be using the Zoom platform. You can join a Zoom gathering from your computer, tablet, smartphone, or even just your land line. To download the FREE app, go to
and click on “Zoom client for meetings” if you’re using a computer, or download the app from the app store
if you’re using a tablet or phone. For resources on how to use zoom see
You’ll receive an all-church email with info on how to connect to Sunday’s service. Click on the link to open the app and connect to the worship service. There will also be a number you can call if
using a land line. This info will also be posted on the webpage and on
. If you have trouble joining us, Cathy Goldwater has graciously offered to try to help. Reach her at 603-860-3756.
What to Expect:
We’ll follow a simplified order of service including a chalice lighting (you can light your own at home), joys and sorrows (you can email yours to
ahead of time or share them yourself during the service), a meditation and reflection from Rev. Carol. Amy Conley will lead us in a couple of hymns and who knows what other surprises await. We’re all learning as we go. The important thing is being together with open, kind, and loving hearts. We’ll run through some of the features of Zoom together so you can participate.
Test Session Using Zoom on Friday: Join Rev. Carol for an informal check-in and a chance to practice using Zoom this
Friday, March 20 at 10:30am. We can have “virtual coffee” together. You’ll also receive a link for this gathering via email. It’ll be on the website and on Facebook too. Again, you can call Cathy if you have trouble joining us. Thanks Cathy!