Connect via Livestream when you cannot be in worship 

The effort to live stream our worship services helps to keep connected with those who are unable to be present in worship and extend our reach through digital platforms on the internet.  Our 8 am service is live-streamed each Sunday morning and then available as a video via our website, YouTube Channel, and Facebook. 

The sermon is usually posted on our Facebook page by 6 pm that same day. If you find a sermon particularly helpful or impactful, consider checking in and sharing the video with a friend or family member.

Volunteers Are Critical to the effort

St. John’s relies on numerous volunteers to make possible our use of technology to assist with our worship services. Some volunteers serve nearly every week and have become our resident “experts,” while others help out now and again focused on one aspect of this important ministry. 

Currently, helpers range in age from 15 to 60. Some help nearly every week, while others step in “in a pinch” so others are away or headed to communion. If the Pastor and church office have prepared well (without any mistakes), the task can be as simple as clicking on an arrow as the service progresses.

The best way to get involved is to volunteer as a Production Assistant for one of our Team Leaders on a Sunday morning. The work to live stream our 8 am worship service is much better with a two-person team. And as the assistant, you can get some “on-the-job” training. There is no bulletin for the Connect service at 9:30 am on Sundays, so having an assistant to help click through the numerous slides is even more important.

Speak to Pastor Albers, Dionne Lovstad-Jones, or Debra Albers to get more information.  Or call Jennifer in the church office: (219) 362-3726.

Livestream Web LinkYouTubeSt. John’s Facebook Page