Of all the great things that have come out of today’s PCConline service, I think this might be my favorite. Not only because of what it is – which is incredibly creative and clever – but also because of how I heard about it.
I’m freaking out about the weather, because apparently we’re going to get hammered with another snow storm. We had a stroke of good fortune and holy inspiration last weekend when we stumbled upon a way to broadcast a PCC service live via ustream. It was fun and exciting and lots of folks tuned in and we were glad we didn’t have to miss church completely.
Joy unspeakable that won’t go awayJust enough strength to live for todaySo I’ll never have to worry what tomorrow will bring‘Cause my faith is on solid rock – I am counting on God
I’m revisiting the event. I have a lot to process, you know…thinking about what we did and how it worked…and wondering what we would do differently next time.
I’m thinking about that a LOT.
We’re sitting under 13″ of snow right now – school cancelled today and tomorrow for most of the area. Expecting more precipitation tomorrow.
AND ANOTHER BIG DUMPING OF SNOW FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
When I lived in Ohio, this was a way of life. But here? The Old Dominion can’t seem to cope.
And I’m beginning to wonder what we might have to do NEXT WEEKEND if we can’t get into the high school to have church services…
So – here’s my question to those of you who witnessed last week’s episode of PCCOnline:
What are two things that we could do to improve your
live, online worship experience?
Your comments are welcome below….
I spent most of Saturday preparing for streaming our ‘PCCOnline Experience’. Typically, it takes an hour or two of weekend prep time to make sure that we have everything lined up for church – but this was completely different. Lots of technical issues and things that were completely unfamiliar to me; I was feeling a bit of pressure.
Did you join us today for online church?
How many people were watching from your location?Where did you live?Was this your first experience with PCC?