If you don’t want to connect via a computer, smartphone, tablet or other device, you can just use your phone (landline or cellphone) to dial in via a phone call.
You won’t be able to see anyone or to chat, but you’ll be able to hear the audio.
Here’s the number to call for this meeting: 301-715-8592
Please enter this meeting number when prompted: 964 3956 5352#
- You can then follow the prompts to join the meeting. When you click the link or paste the URL into a browser (Chrome, Firefox, etc.), the free Zoom app will automatically be downloaded to your computer.
- Once you’re in the meeting, move your cursor somewhere in the Zoom window (or touch the screen if you have a touchscreen). A ribbon with icons will appear at the bottom of the screen. Click on the icon that says “chat.” A window will then open along the right side of your screen. You can type comments in there during the service. Everyone will see these comments.
A Few Thoughts From Rev. CTC
September 19, 2020
We tell our stories to transform ourselves; to learn about our history and tell our experiences to transcend them; to use our stories to make a difference in our world; to broaden our perspective to see further than normal; to act beyond a story that may have imprisoned or enslaved us; to live more of our spiritual and earthly potential.
Last Sunday at the Water Communion & Ingathering Service I shared a few of the Water Stories that folks had sent to me. Unfortunately, I was not able to share all of them. That felt like a loss to me.
I believe that each of us is filled with stories. We learn about each other through our stories. When we move into relationship, we willingly join and then become each others stories.
So, today, I’m sending this year’s Water Stories to you. This link will take you to them. Please take a moment to read them. They are special.
Rev. Carol Thomas Cissel
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