In preparation for this celebration, children attend two workshops with their parents:
The Bread of Heaven Workshop – Communion bread is made by the children at a workshop held at the church in the kitchen. The children make the bread which is then used for communion at their First Communion Worship service ceremony on Maundy Thursday.
The Cup of Blessing Workshop – A one hour workshop held at a local pottery studio for children 2nd grade and up, to learn more about the Lord’s Supper. They create their own Communion cup to be used at their First Communion.
There are many ways that you can watch and participate in the Digital Campus Worship Services on your television. If you have a Wi-Fi device or a smart TV, there is a good chance that you will be able to watch our live stream on the big screen!
Install the Facebook Watch app on Your TV
If you have one of the following devices you can install the Facebook Watch app directly onto your Television and follow the Our Savior’s Lutheran Church page. You will be able to watch live streams on Sunday and you will be able to see archived videos from our Facebook page.
Amazon Fire TV
Apple TV (4th generation or newer)
Samsung Smart TV (2015 or newer)
Chromecast the Digital Campus Service to your TV Wirelessly
If you have a Chromecast device on your TV, you can “Cast” the Livestream to your TV directly from the player on our webpage. In the top right corner of your Chrome browser, you will see three dots that open a menu when clicked. You can choose the “Cast” option and select your TV. Make sure that your streaming device and Chromecast are on the same wifi network. Once connected, press the “full screen” option on the webpage and it will play the full service fullscreen with audio on your TV.
Using an HDMI Cable
If you are watching the live stream on a laptop or a device with an HDMI port, you will most likley be able to plug your laptop into your television and use your TV as a mirror of your device. When you connect your PC to a TV over HDMI or even VGA, Windows should automatically detect and display an image on it. Just make sure the TV is turned on and set to the right video input. You can edit the display settings on your computer by pressing Windows Key + P and selecting “Duplicate”