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Live Chat on Your Live Stream

2020 significantly impacted our ability to meet and interact with each other and as a result, live chat became a very popular feature. 

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Hebrews 10:25 demonstrates that the primary function of a service held in a church building is for disciples to come together to worship and edify one another. “Assembling together” is an opportunity to personally connect, comfort one another, share stories, and celebrate the freedom and hope that can only be found through the person of Jesus Christ!

2020 significantly impacted our ability to meet and interact with each other and as a result, live chat became a very popular feature. 

Though it isn’t meant to completely replace the depth of connection that in-person interaction provides, the Catalyst Resource Group’s own live stream platform, sermon.net, personalizes the online experience through its live chat module. Interacting in real-time; before, during, and after the service helps the worship experience feel more ‘human’ and less impersonal.

Live Chat

This FREE feature through sermon.net and adds a deeper dimension to your online church community.  We suggest that a volunteer or staff member moderate the chat room during services. They simply log in to the chat interface to access the various tools for administering all functions of the chat, including prayer requests and other questions.

If you are interested in learning more about Catalyst Resource Group’s own live stream platform, take sermon.net for a spin with our Risk Free Trial.

Danielle Stoltz