The audio content on this site is available as a podcast. What's a podcast,
you ask? Essentially, it's a way for you to subscribe to content that will be automatically
downloaded to your computer. The software will check for new audio files that are
available without requiring you to visit this web site. (Although we hope will still
visit for other reasons.)
To subscribe, you will need some podcast software and (maybe) the address of the podcast
feed that we provide. After you subscribe, the audio files can also be automatically
synchronized with your portable MP3 player. There are three sets of instructions below
— one set Apple iPod users, one for Zune users, and one for all other MP3 players.
(If you don't have a portable device and only want to listen from your computer,
you can follow any set.)
Instructions for iTunes users
If you have an iPod (the portable audio player made by Apple), then the easiest
way to subscribe is to use iTunes.
Just click on this button and iTunes will launch and load our podcast:
Instructions for Zune users
If you have a Zune (the portable audio player made by Microsoft), then the easiest
way to subscribe is to use the Zune's built-in podcast support.
Just click on this button and the Zune software will launch and subscribe to our podcast:
Instructions for users with other MP3 Players
If you use a portable mp3 player other than the iPod, you will have to install podcast
receiving software. Your player may have come with software for subscribing to podcasts or
you can use one of these:
After you install the software, you must provide it the address of our podcast. This is available by clicking on the following button and looking in the
address bar of your browser:
Thanks for listening!
Experimental Sermon Full Text Feed
The most recent sermons are now in this feed that
you can subscribe to.
If you would like to see other feeds of our content made available, please let us
know by filling out the feedback form.
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