Sunday Worship Opportunities
The staff of Stout Memorial has been working diligently to bring our Sunday morning worship to our congregation while they are unable to gather in the church building. We have developed several methods for our congregants to partake in the worship service.
Facebook Live Stream
Every Sunday at 10:45 am, we will be broadcasting our worship service on our Facebook page. By joining on Facebook you will be able to see and hear the worship service as if you were actually there. You will also be able to comment and reply on the post with the other members who are watching with you. No facebook account is required to join the live stream, simply go to facebook.com/StoutMemorialUMC at 10:45 am on Sunday mornings to join us in worship.
Listen on Your Radio in our Parking Lot
For our members of Stout Memorial who are unable to join the live stream on Facebook we have begun to broadcast our worship service over the radio into our parking lot. All you will have to do is pull into a parking space and tune your radio to 88.1. The best place to hear the service is in the rear parking lot by the Family Life Center (A.K.A. The Gym). You may need to shut off the cars engine to receive the signal as our transmitter is a very low power to avoid violating FCC regulations.
We would ask that you please reserve this method for the members of our congregation who are unable to view the live stream on Facebook.
We thank you all very much for your patience and support during this time. We are always striving to do the absolute best when it comes to worshiping our God and Savior. We look forward to worshiping with you on Sunday, whether it is through our Facebook stream or your joining us in the parking lot to listen.
Don't forget you can view the order of worship bulletin for the service on our website at stoutmemorial.org/1045bulletin. You can see how to continue giving here.
Blessings and peace,
Your Pastor and Staff
This page is here to keep everyone updated on what we are doing here at Stout Memorial to continue to serve God amidst the COVID-19 outbreak.