Our in-person services have caption and translation facilities, so you can follow along in a way that works for you. You are also able to view captions in English on Facebook livestreams and YouTube recordings and we’re working to bring multi-language support here too.
We hope that this guide will help you find a way that works for you.
If you’re attending a Sunday service in-person, you can join in GCC Live with caption and translation facilities as you sit with us, simply by scanning the provided QR code at any point during the service. The QR will be shown onscreen before the service and on posters throughout the building.
Unfortunately translated captions aren’t available in the browser, so you will have to use the Zoom app to make them work. You can download it for your phone or tablet here for iOS or Android.
Once you’ve got Zoom installed scanning the QR code should take you to a webpage that automatically opens your Zoom app. If this is the first time you might need to confirm that you want it to launch the app.
This isn’t a normal Zoom meeting, so don’t worry you’ll not be on camera but there are a few settings you’ll adjust, the most import being to choose the No Audio option when Zoom opens, to prevent feedback from sound in the room.