Livestreaming and pre-recorded film
Church of Scotland congregations are increasingly using ‘live streaming' via the internet to broadcast worship services. This is an excellent way to reach out to those who are unable to be present physically and also allows individuals to ‘attend' the service as it happens. This form of communication is not new; the General Assembly is streamed live each year.
Alternatively, congregations may prefer to upload a film of a pre-recorded service to the internet to allow access to the service at a time convenient to the viewing individual.
Either way, there are important considerations to bear in mind both before and during the broadcast if your congregation is keen to proceed in this way.