This website (http://onlinecarols.posterous.com) is the home of the online 9 lessons and carols service which will take place at 2pm (London time) on Saturday 24th December 2011.
The service will consist of 22 posts/articles (like this one you’re reading) all presented by a different person and in different formats. What we are aiming to do is something that can only be done online. This has been a true collaboration of people from around the world so enjoy the different accents and styles of music!
If you would like to follow the service there are a number of ways you can do this:
You will need to be connected to the internet and have your speakers switched on. Most of the posts should be able to be viewed via a smartphone or iPad as well.
The simplest way to attend is to visit this website:
Each section of the service will be added as a post in the correct order – each post will have a title letting you know if it’s a reading, prayer or carol.
Read each post which will be either a reading, prayer or carol and press play on any media embedded within that post (there may be a video or an audio file to listen to).
When you have finished listening or reading, refresh your page by pressing your F5 key or clicking on the title of the site written in yellow on the left here.
If you want to respond to any of the posts please leave a comment at the bottom – it’ll be great to hear from you – do let us know where you’re from as well!
Other places you can follow the service are via email, Twitter and Facebook:
To follow by email you will need to click on ‘follow’ in the top right of this site and sign up with Posterous to follow the blog, each new post will then be sent to your email address.
Our twitter address is @onlinecarols
If you want to respond to any of the posts please use the hashtag #onlinecarols – we’ll reply!
Our Facebook address is http://www.facebook.com/pages/Online-9-Lessons-and-Carols/250465738350428
If you want to respond to any of the posts please write on our Facebook wall – it’ll be great to find out what you think! Don’t forget to ‘like’ the page too!
If you have any technical questions you can either email us on email@example.com or comment below and we’ll do our best to help you.
Looking forward to seeing you on Christmas Eve!
You can tell us you’re attending the service via these services: