Simple instructions on how to join Prince of Peace for Morning Prayer during the Season of Lent

Time:          7am
Days:           Monday through Saturday.
Required:    A Book of Common Prayer (Morning Prayer page 75)
                   A Smart phone, tablet or computer

Using a Smart Phone or Tablet:

Many find this the easiest as the camera and speakers are built in. For both Apple or Android,  download  the Zoom app from your app store. Search for Zoom. (It may read zoom cloud or zoom professional).  It has a blue icon with a white movie camera at the center.

After downloading that app to your phone or tablet open the app. You should see a screen titled: Start a Meeting.  There is a blue rectangle at the bottom of that page that reads Join a meeting.  Click that option.  You will be asked for a Meeting ID.  Type in 2825301885 (the Morning Office ID).  Then click the blue rectangle that reads Join.  You will then enter the password Reasoner. You are now in the Morning Prayer meeting. 

Using a Computer:

After using the computer client for a while, if you have a laptop with a camera and microphone (or a desktop with webcam and microphone), the computer client offers more options and a better experience. But it is a little harder to install.

On your web browser type the address Select the top button to download Zoom Client for Meetings (it should work for both PC and Mac). Once installed, select Join a meeting and follow the same instructions as for the phone or tablet app. Remember to select join with video and use computer audio.


If you do not download the Zoom Client, you can still join with a web browser. On the zoom home page, there are three blue categories along the top. Click  on JOIN A MEETING.  When you click that you are taken to a screen that will ask you for your MEETING ID.  Type in 2825301885, then the password Reasoner.  Once again you are at the Morning Prayer meeting. Remember that you need speakers and a microphone to fully participate. Often though, the browser will suggest downloading and installing the client.

Peace be with you,

Hank Suzukawa