Peter Green: March 2019
Last year, we agreed to be one of eight churches nationally, of various denominations, to take part in a free trial of livestreaming our Sunday services. Before we promote this to care homes and other people who can no longer get to church, we want to be sure it is a reliable service. So we now need your help with some feedback please.
If you have any form of access to the internet, you can help us by telling us what device you used, such as smart phone, tablet, laptop. Also, how easy was it to access and see the service? If you can report any difficulty, that will help us to work with our Christian charity providers, thesundayservice.org to improve the future experience for others.
You can access the programme by any one of the following ways:
1. Go to our website (www.aylesburymethodists.org.uk) and click on the Streaming button on the top right of any page. That takes you to the Sunday Service website for our church. Click on 'Upcoming' for live broadcasts of services (10.25am to 12 noon) or click on 'Recorded' for the last service recorded.
2. Alternatively, you can go direct to the Sunday Service website (thesundayservice.org ). Click on 'Watch a service'. At the top of the next page click either 'Live' or 'Recorded' and then scroll down to Aylesbury Methodists.
3. The third option is to go to YouTube, and in the 'Search' box, type in Aylesbury Methodists. That will take you to a few videos, the top one of which should be the latest service recorded, or the current service if you click during our normal Sunday service times.
Please email your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your time and for any feedback you send.
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