As all public worship has been suspended, many churches are launching, or considering launching, video content online, including live streaming.
Bishop Cherry Vann is live-streaming from her home, Bishopstow at 11am every Sunday on Newport Cathedral's YouTube Channel
She is also streaming a weekly ‘Reflection’ at 5pm every Tuesday www.facebook.com/monmouth.diocese.5
We have included lots of resources to help with those who are already providing video content online, and also for those who are not quite so ‘tech savvy’!!
We warmly commend the advice issued by the Church of England on the topic:
Digital ministry through social media is a way of continuing fellowship with people who are isolated. This includes live streaming of services, virtual prayer meetings, Bible study groups and Lent courses. For more information on how to do this see:
- Virtual meetings – advice from the Diocese of Llandaff
- Live-streaming – advice from the Diocese of Llandaff
- Live-streaming – advice from the Church of England
- Music copyright for live-streaming – advice from the RSCM
- Improving the audio quality of live-streaming services – advice from the Diocese of Llandaff
Many of you are already streaming services and it would be great if we could have a list of all the details for everyone to view here! Please send details to our Communications Officer Debra Goddard firstname.lastname@example.org.