KEEP COMMUNICATION LIVE
Keeping Communication Live – KICC
Greetings in the Name of Jesus Christ our Lord!
The ministry of the church of Jesus Christ at KICC San Bernardino continues. We had a glorious moment of worship last Sunday using technologies such as telecommunication for the Bible Study at 9:45-10:45, and 11 am worship service. The bulk of the digital usage was realized when members of KICC and the community at large login Facebook to join the worship service.
We received encouraging feedback testifying that the worship service and the messaging were precise, and we are doing whatever it takes to hike up the communication of the word of God digitally.
To enhance reaching as many people as possible, we include zoom video conferencing, which could be viewed via laptop, tv set, and smartphone. Hence, both Bible Study and the 11 am worship service would be viewed via zoom video conferencing. Minister Rugemarila and Elder, Francis Waithaka, will operate the Bible Study via zoom.
Now, this is how you open the zoom:
Click the URL and follow the directions it prompts.
You will need to download free zoom video conferencing into your systems.
Once you’ve downloaded, you will join the service. While there, you will be able to click your video, but not the mike to control noises. You may choose to mute both mike and video all through.
Bible Study Zoom Video Conferencing Click the URL below:
Join Zoom Meeting
Sunday Worship Service at 11 am click the URL below:
Join Zoom Meeting
Joining 11 am Worship Service using telecommunication, please call:
8572320155 and apply Code:999117
We look forward to meeting all other members of the church of Jesus Christ in the digital hemisphere.
Further, we want to inform you that we were able to contribute in terms of tithes and offerings of $4,530, and we have a $1,470 deficit. Therefore, n the name of Jesus of Jesus, our Lord, Let us joyfully contribute, and for the sake of making sure that the mortgage and other functions of the church are met, we encourage all of us to give via Paypal. Please, it is safe. Also, try all you can to open a Facebook account for easy access to the worship service. The Zoom Video Conferencing might take a while to familiarize, but with time it will be an excellent alternate communication tool.
Finally, we do not know how long this social distancing will take; however, let the church of Jesus Christ be engaging in: praying without ceasing, supporting each other in ways the Lord gives us. Please make an effort to call your fellow brother and sister. Let us open up, let us rejoice in the Lord, and let us tell him all our needs (1 Thessalonians 5:17; Philippians 4:4-7).
Thank you so much,
Rev. Dr. James MMuthime Mbuva