On Sunday November 28 Trinity’s worship service will go online live. We hope this enhances the participation to our online congregation.
For those attending in person you will see three small cameras (ignore them). The focus of the cameras will be on the worship leaders and the musicians. If you are camera shy, the right hand section of the congregation when facing to the front will be a no camera zone.
The live-stream starts shortly before 10 am.
A replay of the video will be available after the service (same locations as listed above).
Your technical team is hoping everything goes right, but if there is a problem, try the YouTube channel. Refreshing your browser is another common fix. We welcome your feedback. Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you when we can. We will not be answering emails during the service.
How Does It Work?
For the curious amongst you, our live-streaming is using a system called Switcher Studio. Linda Jacobson and Don Seaton will be on the initial video team but others in our tech team will be trained as well.
This is where we will add a test livestream.