LEONIA, N.J. — Leonia United Methodist Church announced on Dec. 21 that it will offer a free faith-based video library.
Parishioners will be able to access RightNow Media to assist them on their religious journeys.
"[It's] Netflix of video bible studies,” said Rev. David Wehrle, UMC's pastor.
The site is an extensive library of religious videos created by hundreds of other leaders and has approximately 12,000 available features.
Groups or individuals can view the material on tablets, televisions and other digital devices from home or on the go.
Viewers can customize selections based on interests or themes, to better support their small study groups.
Wehrle, said he has liked what he has seen out of the the library, but the church will make a decision in February if it will continue sharing access to the program.
"Small study groups can find all of the videos around a particular theme," he said. "They can get more out of it than just what they hear on Sundays from me."
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