Beginning this Sunday (March 29), we will be experimenting with an online Sunday School class for adults offered over an online videoconferencing platform called Zoom.  The church has used Zoom for Council and staff meetings with good success. 

This 30-minute class will start at 9:00 a.m. Sunday mornings.  The leader (which will typically be one of the pastors) will take about 10 minutes to provide an overview of various scripture passages, and then we’ll have about 20 minutes of questions and discussions.  We’ll wrap up around 9:30 to give everyone (including pastors) time to get ready for our livestream worship service at 10:00 a.m. 

If you’d like to participate in this class, you are encouraged to follow this link before Sunday to make sure you are ready.  Also, if you are interested in participating, please let Pastor David know so we can make sure we have enough capacity for everyone. 


Click on this link:

This will take you to a page on Zoom’s website.

If a window pops-up asking if you would like to “Open Zoom Meetings,” then accept by clicking the “Open Zoom Meetings” button. The pop-up only appears if you already have the Zoom application on your computer, so you can join your meeting quickly.

If the pop-up does not appear, you may need to create an account with Zoom, which will make it easier and faster to participate in worship next week.  Just follow the prompts. If asked, the Meeting ID is 199170271.

If you are on a tablet or I-pad, you may need to download the Zoom application.  Scroll down and click the blue text that says, “Download and Run Zoom.”  Your computer will take a moment to download the app and then you should be able to join the meeting.

When you join the meeting, the app or website may ask you to enter your name as well as give you simple options to change settings. Enter your name, and then click “Join Meeting.”

Please remember to be patient! If you click something and it doesn’t respond, please wait before trying again. Clicking the same link multiple times in a row only slows down your computer.

If you have difficulty getting this set up, please email Pastor David for assistance.