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Glenn
07:35
Hi Paul Clay I am in Glenn Zielke
Paul Clay
12:10
Welcome Glenn!
Libby Tigner
14:41
Thanks, Lee!
Cheryl Trobiani
51:51
Libby _ thank you so much for those wonderful suggestions _ they are really really helpful! _ Cheryl Trobiani, Stephen Leader, IUCC
Dave
52:40
I'm leading a Zoom Bible study at Noon and need to go now. Thank you for your ideas. Blessings on all.
Loletta Barrett
53:52
HI not talking because I am coughing- not coronavirus. Worship through zoom works for the Quaker congregation I serve, even sitting in open (silent) worship because if anyone receives a message from Spirit they can speak. One thing we will do is to just have a chat time a couple times each week. That fulfills a deep social fellowship need.
Cheryl Trobiani
55:02
Rudy _ the just hang out idea is WONDERFUL!! I 'M HAPPY TO HEAR THIS BECAUSE I WAS THINKING OF THE SAME IDEA _ AND AM HAPPY TO HEAR THAT IT WORKS
Dave
56:06
I agree, Cheryl. A friend of mine in Connecticut is hosting a Zoom coffee hour, and people are really enjoying it.
Jim & Sue
01:01:04
WE had a open fellowship time on our zoom church service last week. sort of a fellowship hour. we did it prior to the benediction at the end of the service.
Loletta Barrett
01:02:40
AA and others have online support meetings
Loletta Barrett
01:05:27
Thanks for the time together
Elizabeth
01:07:12
I need to leave. Thanks for all the good ideas.
Judith
01:08:21
This is Judith and I was unable to join the audio part of the discussionI don't km
Judith
01:10:40
what the problem was.I have a techie grandson coming over next week.Maybe he can help
Paul Clay
01:15:09
Are you Judith Stockmann?