Join us every Sunday for a LiveStream Broadcast of 10 am Mass! We offer THREE ways to gather digitally with your faith community:
- Head over to the SFX Parish Facebook Page and watch the LiveStream of 10 am Mass.
You must have a Facebook account and be logged in to participate in the LiveStream Broadcast of 10 am Mass. If you’ve resisted Facebook, you’re not alone. However, in these unusual times, you might reconsider the possible benefits of Facebook to connect with friends, family, and your faith community. If you decide to go for it, it’s easy to sign up for Facebook. If you “come-early-to-Mass” on Facebook, remember to refresh your browser window or phone app at 10 am so the LiveStream feed will pop up. Viewing this way will let you interact through the comments, in real time, with your parish community.
2. If Facebook just isn’t your thing, go to the SFX Parish Website Homepage at about 11:30 am to view a recording of the LiveStream Broadcast of 10 am Mass.
We will post a recording of the LiveStream Broadcast to our website homepage as soon after Mass as possible. Scroll all the way to the bottom of the homepage and you will see a video to click on. You will be able to view the entire Mass that was just on the LiveStream Broadcast. You do not need a Facebook account for this option. However, you’re getting it about 90 minutes later than everyone else, and you will not be able to read comments from your fellow parishioners or leave comments and “likes” as you would through Facebook. It turns out those comments from our faith family are surprisingly heartwarming and encouraging. It’s like “digital coffee and donuts.”
3. Click Through to Facebook This Way
If you do not have a Facebook account and wish to view our next live stream Mass, please click this link then view the menu on the left. Click the red “LIVE” button that will appear next to “video” just prior to the start of the service. Depending on your web browser and other variables, you may not be able to read comments from your fellow parishioners or leave comments and “likes” as you would through Facebook.