Glitches and Solutions

Services

Sunday: 10:30 CHURCH (& ONLINE) -- WEDNESDAY: 7 PM BIBLE STUDY (& ONLINE)

by: Russell Pavlicek

11/12/2020

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If you tried to join us for Virtual Church this past Sunday, you undoubtedly noticed the technical issues we faced.  As we started the stream, we very quickly discovered that our bandwidth was greatly restricted, with less than 15% of the normal bandwidth we have on most Sunday mornings.  This caused 98% of the signal to be lost; the results were predictably horrible.

We contacted Comcast and this week, they corrected the problem, which apparently was affecting the entire neighborhood around the church.  We should be ready to roll this Sunday!

We managed to locally record the sermon and it has been uploaded to the service archives, so if you want to hear Pastor's message, you can do so.  This is only the second major failure during our time of Virtual Church in the Covid era, the first being our streaming service becoming overwhelmed during the first week of lockdowns.  All things considered, that's not a bad record.

So please join us this week, either in person or online!  We will be here (as long as the Rapture hasn't happened, of course)!

If you tried to join us for Virtual Church this past Sunday, you undoubtedly noticed the technical issues we faced.  As we started the stream, we very quickly discovered that our bandwidth was greatly restricted, with less than 15% of the normal bandwidth we have on most Sunday mornings.  This caused 98% of the signal to be lost; the results were predictably horrible.

We contacted Comcast and this week, they corrected the problem, which apparently was affecting the entire neighborhood around the church.  We should be ready to roll this Sunday!

We managed to locally record the sermon and it has been uploaded to the service archives, so if you want to hear Pastor's message, you can do so.  This is only the second major failure during our time of Virtual Church in the Covid era, the first being our streaming service becoming overwhelmed during the first week of lockdowns.  All things considered, that's not a bad record.

So please join us this week, either in person or online!  We will be here (as long as the Rapture hasn't happened, of course)!

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