Online Service March 15, 2020

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Welcome to the Church of the Ascension Youtube channel!
We are happy to share our first online Sunday morning service! It’s now posted on Youtube at https://youtu.be/FVplPtroJB8 and on the parish Facebook page. If you view on Facebook, please feel free to leave your thoughts and comments online.

Reminder, this is a good time to listen to sermons on past Sundays. Sermons since February 2015 can be heard online on the webpage since the first sermons were posted! They are available by date here https://ascensionnyc.org/sermons/.

Weeknights – Evening Prayer and Discussion

Please join us via Zoom, for our weeknight Evening Prayer and Discussion at 5:30 p.m., starting this coming Monday, March 16. We will explore how often and the best way to do this.

You can click here https://zoom.us/download to download the Zoom app on your device. (If you forget to do this, you will be prompted when you join the meeting.)

Click this link https://zoom.us/j/770597201 to join Evening Prayer Zoom Meeting

Some online etiquette hints:
1) Keep your phone muted unless you are speaking. The microphone is sound sensitive and if you talk or there is background noise you will “grab the mike” and it might cut off the speaker.
2) Make sure you give others an opportunity to speak.
3) Try not to speak over others.

We are all learning as we go so be patient with each other (and yourself!)

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