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Sunday Worship
Prayer Group Zoom--YouTube
Zoom Church Council
Sunday Worship
Prayer Group Zoom--YouTube
Zoom Trustees

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“It is no good asking for a simple religion. After all, real things are not simple.
They look simple, but they are not.”

C.S. Lewis in Mere Christianity

“That's a pie crust promise. Easily made, easily broken.”
— Mary Poppins, Mary Poppins

As of March 7, 2021, we have resumed regular Sunday in-person worship. As of June 6, 2021, we have relaxed and enforced COVID-19 protocol areas in the Sanctuary for the comfort and acceptance of all. If you are vaccinated, no one will ask to see proof, you may resume worship without restriction. If you are not vaccinated, have a medical reason that requires COVID-19 precautions, or just want to play it safe, we have your back.

--OPTION #1--
Audio Streaming
(Sundays 10:00 AM):

    Click on the Triangle

--OPTION #2--
YouTube Live Stream Link
(Click on the Link or the Graphic
Sundays 10:00 AM):

Worship UMCHP YouTube Channel

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The service is always recorded on YouTube and can be viewed usually on Mondays after the initial service. The delay is due to YouTube's copyright enforcement.


****If you would like to use your own streaming player like VCL or Windows Media Player, then keep reading.*****


 When using the link, please follow the instructions below.⇓


If there is NO live stream available, the page will look like this:

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Which means that there is no ability to stream at this time.

You can check back later.
Remember that the live stream is only available consistently on Sundays between 8:40AM and 10:30AM.

 If the worship service IS broadcasting and a live stream is available, the page will look like this:

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Next you will want to "click" on the "M3U" button on the right part of the page:

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A couple of things could happen when you select this button:

1. Your computer could ask if you would like to play the list: select "Yes."

2. Your computer could ask you to save the Live.m3u file to your computer:

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Choose the location you would like to save the file at, remembering where you saved it. The "Desktop" is usually a good place to save this temporary file. Navigate to the file using "Windows Explorer" and double click on the file. Usually opening it with Windows Media Player works just fine, but anything that can play an MP3 stream will work.

That's it. You should be listening to the live stream at this point.