Youth Livestream and Zoom! (April 24)


Friday, April 24 Schedule (NEW TIMES)

  • 6:50pm ~ Youth Online chatroom and video countdown begins on
  • 7:00-7:30pm ~ Dear Class of 2020 Senior Videos
  • 7:30-8:00pm ~ Zoom Small Groups!

Previous Livestream Event Videos:

This week we will have 6 Zoom groups that are password protected:

  1. Junior High Girls hosted by Suzan Scudder and other female leaders.
  2. Junior High Guys hosted by Eddie Medina and other guy leaders.
  3. Three High School Girl Small Groups hosted by the female leaders.
  4. The High School Guy Small Groups will combine into one small group hosted by Doug Kilburn.

The Goal of Zoom Groups:

  • Kids have shared that they miss their church friends and this is an opportunity for them to connect!
  • Zoom Meetings are only 40 minutes long and they will fly by fast they are so fun!
  • Get excited to hang with your church friends, share in a mini Bible study and prayer.

Meeting ID#’s and Passwords:

  • We will text blast our Junior High parents the Zoom Meeting ID# and password for those online meeting rooms.
  • The High School leaders will personally text high school youth in their small group the Zoom Meeting ID and password.
  • We utilize the waiting room feature so please use your first/last name (no nicknames) to be admitted into the meeting by the group host.


How to Join a Zoom Meeting

1) Create Account – Complete on ASAP and practice with it if you are not familiar.

  • A verification email will be sent to you.

2) Accept Invite to Join Meeting – Your meeting leader will text you a Meeting ID# and password to join their Zoom meeting.

  • Use a desktop or laptop computer with a webcam/microphone (Phones work too, just harder to view everyone).
  • Select “Join a Meeting” and type in the Meeting ID# and password provided to you by Chris, Suzan, or HS Leader.
  • You will want to click yes to sharing your computer’s video and audio.

In-Meeting Etiquette

  • Please keep your microphone muted except when talking (see image below) as background noises can be distracting (chompin on chips, dogs barking, your Billie Eilish music, etc.)

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