On Mothers Day last month, we used the "sermon" time of our phone-in worship to invite participants to tell us something about their moms. It was a great experience, so we're repeating it this weekend, on Fathers Day.
We invite you to join us Sunday as we worship, pray, take communion, and witness to the impact of our dads. You won't have to speak unless you want to, of course, but if you choose to share, you'll have up to 30 seconds to tell us something about your father. We'll honor your contribution and welcome your story, and ask you to join us as we welcome others' stories.
On top of our meaningful subject for this Sunday's worship, we have a brand-new and MUCH SIMPLER way for you to call-in to our phone-in worship. Until now, our system required you to dial a ten digit number, then a six digit access code, then the pound (or hash) key. That system wasn't too bad... when it worked! But it only rarely worked on the first time, and most times required callers to make multiple attempts due to busy signals, messages from cell service providers, or other error messages.
Then we introduced a method that allowed people to send a text message to the call service, which then called them back so they could enter the access code and pound key. That worked more reliably, but was still more of a hassle than we wanted. Well, NO MORE!
OUR NEW PROCESS:
STEP 1: Call (727) 731-7339
That's it! Call that number, and you'll hear a welcome to our conference call service, a notice of how many people have already phoned-in, and an invitation to introduce yourself. After that, you're on the call with everyone else!
- NO access code
- NO pound key
- NO text message
Call one number and you're on!
We invite you to join us this Sunday as we worship and celebrate dads.
[NOTE: We take communion as part of our worship, and encourage you to join us. If you choose to, please have whatever you're going to use as your "bread and cup" within reach when you call-in. IT DOES NOT MATTER what you use for those two elements, but it does matter that you have them within reach.]