Churches: Where to watch Sunday services as congregations turn to Facebook, webcasts. Links included.

Churches: Where to watch Sunday services as congregations turn to Facebook, webcasts. Links included.

LOCAL CHURCHES GO ONLINE

Above: Saturday’s vigil Mass at Saint Mary’s Catholic Church in Rome with Father Rafael Carballo. The Sunday Mass schedule is as follows: 10 a.m. English11 a.m. Spanish

Below please find a list of area churches and their plans for broadcast services on Sunday. To add a service, please email us at druck@hometownheadlines.com using the examples below. No flyers or PDFs, please.

  • First Presbyterian Church of Rome will broadcast a live online worship service at 10:30 am on Sundays beginning this week, March 22.   To access the broadcast, go to our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/fpcrome or to our church website at www.fpcrome.org.  The service will also be available through a delayed radio broadcast each Sunday at 11 am on WLAQ 96.9.
  • From First Baptist Church of Rome: Ministers will pre-record a service to broadcast on Comcast Channel 44 and livestream through the church website, www.fbcrome.org, at 11 a.m. A printable order of worship for this service will be on the church website each Thursday. We continue to pray for all involved and for a quick end to this crisis. Also, “Prayers and Reflections” will take place Monday through Saturday on the church Facebook account, on the church website and through Vimeo. Each day, by noon, a minister will present a devotional thought and offer a prayer.
  • Cornerstone Church, Rome: We encourage everyone to join us live on Facebook at 10 a.m. this Sunday. As we continue to monitor governmental guidance related to the coronavirus, we have decided that Sunday Services will be online only through the end of March. Visit cornerstonerome.com for information.
  • Pleasant Valley South Baptist Church, Silver Creek: A message will be streamed on Facebook page or website at 10:30 a.m. Sunday.
  • Second Avenue Baptist Church: Livestreaming Wednesday Bible Study and Sunday Morning worship Both will go live at their regularly scheduled times and will remain posted on our Facebook page. (You will need to be following Second Avenue on Facebook to view the stream.) We will also record these events and make them available through our normal video channels on the web site at www.sabcrome.com. 
  • St. Andrew’s Anglican Church, 42 Ash St.,  suspends services: However, streaming services on our Facebook page at 9:30 a.m. Sunday. Those needing sacramental care and members desiring a private Mass should contact the vicar, Father Austin Goggans, at 706-506-1241.
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