Daily Service Video Gallery

During some of the summer months we refer you to our Facebook page for video updates.

KandCd at the Crossroads
KandCd at the Crossroads6 hours ago
Welcome to our first magazine print since lockdown. There are a small number of copies in the church porches from Sunday, and those attending church are invited to pick up a copy there, including extra ones for any household with whom they are in safe contact. Please download your own copy here on your phone or tablet/computer.

http://www.carryduff-killaney.down.anglican.org/2020/09/25/october-magazine/
KandCd at the Crossroads
KandCd at the Crossroads18 hours ago
Friday morning and we look at Mark 13.1-13. Our prayers are for all who are fearful. Heard a song on YOUTube last night, here it is to follow the video if you like. . . https://youtu.be/RRytplESOjw

Welcome to our video gallery of some recent daily services for parishioners and friends of Killaney and Carryduff, created during lockdown in Northern Ireland during 2020. An archive set is available here.

7 thoughts on “Daily Service Video Gallery

  1. The Daily Video Service is due to finish at the start of July. I would appreciate suggestions for what you would like in their place. This is not the place for praise or criticism of the videos, just suggestions for what you would like to change or stay as we move to less frequent videos.
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    1. Problem on website with my first comment !
      I do appreciate the amount of time, effort and preparation involved in Daily Services but I would miss them a lot especially at the present time.
      Even a couple of short Morning Talks each week would be a great help and comfort to me and others I am sure.
      Carol Hanna.

  2. I do appreciate the amount of time , effort and preparation involved in the Daily Services and would miss them a lot especially at the present time as they do give me and many more people I am sure such comfort. Would it be possible to have even a couple of short Daily Services during the week please ?
    Thanks very much
    Carol Hanna

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  4. 1. Sunday morning service in whatever form is feasible.

    2. Short service of HC on Wednesday mornings on video and/or, when feasible, in either church with a limited
    attendance.

    3. Possibly have HC on alternate Wednesday mornings with the other Wednesdays having a five minute thought
    for the day.

    4. Friday morning short (10 minute) video session. Thank you, Denis and Jennifer

  5. A parishioner added these thoughts in an email:

    ‘If it was possible to record the live service in church, edit it and put it online that would be a good solution. As that wouldn’t go out until maybe Tuesday or Wednesday, could a short clip be put out on Sunday morning for those who can’t come to church so they feel they are still involved in the church community. This could be a reflection or prayers. It could be pre prepared so that everything’s not happening for you or your team at the same time of the week?”

  6. Another person messaged me to with this:
    To have videos every day is very demanding and not really possible as the ‘ new normal ‘ returns again. Only throwing this out :
    How about if one team member was to do a Monday, and Stephen does the video only
    Communion service online on a Wednesday – which you normally have anyway.
    Then Sunday service is recorded in the church and put online.
    I honestly think this is the time to look at new ways of ministry and how we can reconnect with those who don’t attend church or reach out to those in our parishes who are household or ill and can’t attend church anymore through no fault of there own.
    Keeps the connection to the church family and time of worship together every Sunday.

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