Join us for our church services on Zoom!
At York Berean Church, we offer Zoom meetings for our church services. This enables our members to interact with each other, even if they are unable to make it to the physical church for one reason or another. We also have several who attend our Zoom meetings from out of state or Canada. Feel free to join us and get to know us a little better! Some people feel that attending a new church is hard, but meeting us on Zoom is less scary than attending in person the first time. If this sounds like you, we welcome you to try us out.
We start our service on Zoom (and in person) at 10:45am each Sunday. You can join the meeting around 10:30, as our members chat before the service begins. If this isn’t for you, you may also join the live-stream.
Join us through the Zoom Meeting
Stick to the Bible Not Opinion - 2 Timothy ~ 4/11/2021
Paul calls “talk without a Biblical basis” empty chatter that leads to arguments and moves people away from being strong Christians. What you hear in church affects your life in a big way! Are you able to see for yourself what the Bible says at Church?
Some of the best words you will hear at church are “Open your Bible to…” No Bible – no direction, no spiritual food, no change of life!
Join us at 10:45 for our Zoom Services by clicking the link below. (Scroll down for more specific instructions.) You can choose to click “join” next to “Join with Zoom app” or you may also “join via web browser” if you would rather not download the program. We start letting people in around 10:30. Come early and meet some new people! You may also go directly to the Zoom meeting.
How to Attend Zoom Meeting
To attend the Zoom meeting, first find the “Join” links, as in the image below. Choose either to join by watching in your internet browser, or to join using the Zoom app. (It may need to download first.) See Image 1 below.
Once you have joined the meeting, the below image shows the controls of the Zoom meeting window. You may choose to turn the video and audio on and off during the meeting at any time. However, while Pastor Eugene Enns is preaching, everyone will be muted, so that all can hear.