The service should be accessible on all devices, desk and laptops, Tablets and mobile phones and AppleMac, Windows and Android.
The connection may take a few seconds to activate but if you do not get an image similar to the image above within 20 to 30 seconds you should use the refresh button. Alternatively, close and reopen the browser window.
The live stream default setting is in “MUTE” mode but if you hover over the bottom right-hand corner of the image of the church you will expose the symbol which should be “clicked” to unmute.
In the same place you will also find the “full screen” symbol to expand the live stream picture.
Use your device volume control as necessary for comfortable listening.
The live stream will be on 24 hours a day – but will be in black and white during the hours of darkness and the image shown will be the one used at normal services. No congregation will be visible in the pews although the back of the head and shoulders of adults may be seen when receiving communion.
At significant life services such as weddings, funerals and baptisms, the camera may be zoomed out to include a number of the front rows as agreed with the main participants.