Did you know that if you ever miss a service or want to re-visit one, you can find a full index of all online services on our website? For every Sunday worship, Wednesday evening prayer, and special service that we’ve had since March 18 of last year, the index can take you to
- a recording of the service,
- the online bulletin (where you can not only read through all of the readings and prayers and song lyrics but also pause to reflect on three reflection prompts for the gospel reading)
- the day’s sermon
For every sermon I’ve preached since March 15, 2020 (as well as about one sermon per month since the time I arrived), there is an audio file that you can click on to listen to. There is also (for many sermons, but not quite all yet) a link to a YouTube video of just the sermon, complete with subtitles.
Speaking of our YouTube channel, which you can also find by typing “Peoples Presbyterian Milan” in YouTube’s search bar, did you know that we currently have 215 videos? I’ve been uploading about four videos a week: Sunday’s full service, the sermon, Tuesday night Bible study, and Wednesday evening prayer. Each video can be found on its own or watched within a playlist (for example, there is a playlist of each video for the Bible study installments on the prophet Amos; a playlist of each sermon in our Advent/Christmas series, “Those Who Dream;” a playlist of each of the Sunday and Wednesday services in last fall’s worship series, “Our Money Story,” etc).
You can also find all of these sermons (again, many of which have videos with subtitles!) on our website under “Media” and “Sermon Audio” here.
It will probably take me another month or so to get our YouTube channel fully caught up with every service, but everything from July is up, so please pop over and click subscribe! In addition to videos and playlists, you’ll also get to see the thumbnails* that I create.
*What is a thumbnail? Think of it as the DVD cover for a movie. Before you click on a video to watch, you’ll see a number of little pictures above each video title. Those pictures are called thumbnails, and they are often made from a particularly interesting image from the video, along with, perhaps, a short title, or bright colors, or graphics, or logos to get your attention.