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Resources for producing online worship

Audio File Hosting

Useful for hosting recorded sermons, which then can be embedded on your website.

Buzzsprout - The free version limits you to 2 hours of content per month, with content being archived after 90 days.

SoundCloud - The free version limits you to 3 hours of content, so once you reach that limit you’d have to delete older content to upload more.

Facebook Live

How to Livestream your Church Service in 4 Easy Steps
A video tutorial from the Episcopal Diocese of San Diego.

Live Streaming Church Services via Facebook Live & Your Website
A video tutorial from St. Anne's in-the-Fields Episcopal Church in Lincoln, MA
Note: After covering the basics, this tutorial gets into some super-techy stuff about embedding your Facebook Live broadcast on your website, which you can ignore (unless you're super-techy).

Zoom Meetings

Zoom in "Music Mode"
A video tutorial from the Royal Academy of Music, Denmark (in English). You will want to use "Music Mode" if a participant in your Zoom meeting is playing live music.

Liturgical Resources

The Book of Common Prayer Online (free)

The Book of Common Prayer PDF (free)

The Book of Common Prayer App (purchase through Church Publishing)

The Liturgical Calendar
Collects and scripture readings assigned for each day, from the Revised Common Lectionary and Lesser Feasts & Fasts.

Music Licenses

ONE LICENSE offers gratis licenses to help cope with COVID-19 challenges, valid through April 15
A ONE LICENSE Podcast / Streaming License grants permission to podcast or stream religious services that contain music from their Member Publishers.

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