On any given Sunday, the Flint Citadel records its morning worship service—or Holiness Meeting, as it is known in The Salvation Army. Actually, the practice of producing a weekly recording has gone on since the late 60's, through the miracle that was cassette tape! These tapes were delivered to shut-ins, members (or "soldiers") of the Citadel who have fled to warmer temperatures, missionaries and so on.
After a much needed technology upgrade, the cassette tape was made a thing of the past, and was quickly replaced by a distribution compact disc.
And now technology has evolved, yet again, to the internet podcast, and the Flint Citadel is on board and online! Each week we will publish a podcast of that week's worship service online on this webpage. All you need is software that supports podcast subscriptions, such as iTunes, for instance.
If you don't know what podcasting is or the benefits of podcasting, but are interested in learning more, open your favorite search engine and look it up. There are many websites that will educate you on the power of podcasting.
The Flint Citadel Corps Weekly Podcast is designed for use with Apple iTunes; however, you'll be able to enjoy our podcast from any podcasting program you like. If you don't have iTunes, you can get it here. It is a FREE program.
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(If you don't care to download iTunes and are in need of a podcast aggregator, you may find alternatives here.)
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