Live Services on Paltalk
Sunday, 10:00 a.m. EST
Sunday, 7:00 p.m. EST
Wednesday, 7:00 p.m. EST
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We are thankful that we are able to broadcast our entire meetings live over Paltalk, a chat program that allows simultaneous text and audio communication over the internet. Paltalk is free, and can be downloaded and installed by clicking this link. At the Paltalk Site, click on Sign Up. You will need to choose whether you want the free version (with pop-up ads) or the bannerless version (paid subscription). You can upgrade from free to bannerless at any time, so you might try the free version to begin with, and upgrade later. Once Paltalk is downloaded and installed, go into the group category of “Christianity,” and join the room entitled, “Faith Assembly Live Meeting.”
Please observe the following rules in the room:
RULES for Faith Assembly Live Meeting on Paltalk
Our former rules were designed to give everyone
the maximum opportunity to come in, participate in the worship, and hear the
Word. But, the purpose of the room is not to play a game of cat and mouse with
people who do not know how to behave themselves in the presence of God. Our administrators are
not there to keep track of who is good and who is bad.
So, we are basically limiting responsibilities of room administrators to the swift removal of anyone who enters the room to be abusive, divisive, to debate with the message, or to exhibit any other conduct or behavior that is inappropriate for a Christian. This includes, but it not limited to, the following:
1.) Disrespect for the speaker, administrators, or anyone in the room: bounce and ban on first offense
2.) Obscene language: bounce and ban on first offense
3.) Debating: warn, and bounce if warning not heeded on first offense; bounce and ban on second offense
4.) Posting scripture irrelevant to the message: warn, and bounce if warning not heeded on first offense; bounce and ban on second offense
5.) Anything that the administrator deems inappropriate: warn, and bounce if warning not heeded on first offense; bounce and ban on second offense
The administrator will determine what conduct warrants disciplinary action and the administrator's decision is final.
Also, the administrator will determine if excess chat warrants admonition to everyone in the room. Excess chat can be distracting to those who come to hear the teaching of the Word of God, and may defeat the purpose of the room.
The purpose of the administrator is to maintain order in the room so the Word of God is unhindered. There are people whose reason for entering is to hear the Word of God. Some may not have a church home where they can hear teaching that can change their lives.