My home meeting is now hybrid--some people attend in person and a roughly equal number attend remotely via Zoom. Obviously, many meetings were completely virtual for a couple of years.Can a remote or…Continue
"I joined a Quaker community during the pandemic when it was only Zoom and have reflected much on the questions you ask. What I know is that long time Quakers and myself strongly feel Spirit and the Light in our Zoom meetings. We also have a rich…"
"I've really struggled with expectant-waiting worship online, with 1 exception (more later), and have been at several blended/hybrid in-person /on-line (semi-)programmed worship (which worked much better). I particularly like the Camas Friends…"
"Your queries mirror discussions I'm having with Friends here in Portland, Oregon, a city with two unprogrammed Monthly Meetings (Multnomah and Bridge City of NPYM), a smattering of Worship Groups, and several programmed churches e.g.…"
"I have only worshipped online since March 15th 2020 - except on 2 occasions. I would say yes it can be gathered, and I feel we were indeed gathered together, our coming together has been strong, even though we come from several local meetings. It…"
My home meeting is now hybrid--some people attend in person and a roughly equal number attend remotely via Zoom. Obviously, many meetings were completely virtual for a couple of years.Can a remote or hybrid meeting be a "gathered meeting"? Can the Light be transmitted via the internet? Can the spirit gather people who are miles (or time zones) apart?See More
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