Digital Services from Misc UCC Churches

Join us through the years as we proclaim “He is Risen!”

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MY PODCAST CHANNEL



NEW DIRECTION FOR MY OWN PERSONAL PODCAST MINISTRY:
I’ve decided that certain events are critical to archives. While Sunday spiritual support is essential, you will have to get that LIVE from this point forward BY CLICKING HERE. I will, however, continue to record and provide Memorial Services, Retirements, Major Events, some songs, and a few other things that I think are important.

UNFORTUNATELY due to budgetary constraints, First Church will have only the FREE account, which requires you to have a LiveStream account. At this time, they will not pay the $400 per year that is needed in order for you to watch without having to log in. Hopefully that will change in the near future. Donors?

Sunday Services, as a rule WILL NOT be recorded. There will always be exceptions to the rule. I will continue to record the events that make and shape Phoenix First Congregational United Church of Christ.


CLICK HERE for my PodCast Channel.


Spiritual Support in a Digital World

Robert Andrews

Robert Andrews and his camera

Robert Andrews started the Digital Ministry at Phoenix First Church with nothing more than a digital camera that was able to record movie clips. It does not take any fancy equipment to get a digital ministry started. CLICK HERE for more details on how you can do this for your own church. This ministry is the brainchild of Robert, and (although it features many events from First Church) is run entirely by him. If you take exception with the inclusion of any piece of work here, please contact him directly at 602-999-4120 and it will be removed immediately. Otherwise, it is the hope that the spiritual hope offered here will be found by those in need. It is my thought that rather than downloading the video, stripping out the soundtrack, and converting it to audio that most people will just go to iTunes and spend the 99 cents to buy a copy from the artist. Namaste.

“The Psalmist says as far as the east is from the west, that’s how far God casts our sins from us; and Jesus Christ says that God so loved the world that he gave his son so that whoever believes shall not perish, but have eternal life – for God sent His son into the world not to condemn the world… not to condemn anyone… but that the world, the whole world, all of it, everyone, would be saved through Him. This is the Great Good News of the Gospel.”Rev Dr Stephen E. Wayles (Retired)

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