Smaller churches struggle to livestream their services on YouTube
Smaller churches have not been able to host their online services at their requested time on YouTube. The online video-sharing platform has been moving the times for some users with less than 100 subscribers allegedly due to heavy traffic, but without informing them.
Pastor Stuart Chaplin of Bushy Hill Park Community Church in London recently complained about it on Twitter.
"If like @BHPCC you have less than 100 subscribers, you won't be getting access to that feature ('premiere' an event at a set time) any time soon. Unfortunately, our attempts to mutually boost subscribers with other @theFIEC churches didn't get us to the magic 100 figure, so we're relying on a work round," he wrote....
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Many small churches have closed down in smaller cities, just walking around the neighborhood, you can see abandoned buildings. Pretty too, Lutheran, Catholic, Jehovah Witness, Orthodox. Thankfully good churches are still running even with 3 people. Definitely something to pray about.