Webteam: March 2020
Sthie is one of our online worship services enabling you each week to join in at home with an act of Methodist worship.
Sthie (pronounced 'sty') is the Manx word for 'at home'.
There are several ways to access Sthie.
1. If you use Facebook, click on this link to join the Sthie group. Each week we host a 'watch party' where people all connect together at the same time and worship together. You can do this on any device that accesses Facebook — apart from Apple iPads. (For some annoying reason it doesn't work on them). There are also optional small groups for mutual support, and space to discuss whatever you like.
2. A video will appear our YouTube Channel on Sundays. Here's a link:
3. We are soon going to offer Sthie on DVD. Please contact your minister for more details.
Each week there is a blank sheet that you can fill out with thoughts as we go. Click here to download a copy.
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