Live Streaming Meetings 

The 10.30am service each Sunday is streamed live on YouTube, and a Morning Prayer Service is held on zoom Monday-Friday at 9.30am.  
 message us through the website for the zoom link and information on dialing in. 

  • To join in on your phone you need to install the Zoom Cloud Meetings app (available for Apple, Android and Windows)
  • To join in using our Desktop PC or laptop you will also need to install the App.
  • You will need to set up a Zoom account (free).
  • All this is best done in advance of the meeting start time.

It is also possible to dial in for voice only on any phone (landline or mobile). 

Please bear in mind that the technology is far from perfect.  We often have difficulties with image and sound quality or synchronisation between sound and images.  This is particularly bad at peak times when a  lot of people are using the Zoom service (e.g. Sunday mornings).   There is no need to tell us this during the service - we already know and there is nothing we can do about it.  

Top Tips:

  • Please behave in the Zoom service as you would in an actual church service and bear in mind that we can see and hear you and extraneous noises (e.g. turn off TV and radio and resist the temptation to provide 'Gogglebox' type comments and running reviews while the service is in progress).
  • The viewing experience will vary greatly for individuals depending on the speed of their internet connection, the device they are using and specific settings on those devices.
  • Some great tips from the BBC for maximizing your connection for live-streaming can be found here  (including making sure no one uses the microwave while you're live-streaming!)
  • If you are joining a meeting on a Desktop PC or Laptop you may be able to toggle your microphone on and off using the space bar (this doesn't seem to work on all set-ups) but if you move your mouse pointer to your own video window the mute/unmute option should appear - just click it to mute/unmute.
  • If you enable your video laptop camera or PC Webcam bear in mind that everyone can see you (wear clothes and don't pick your nose)  :-)