GREAT FALLS — The owners of Croxford Funeral Home in Great Falls believe that faith plays a big role in times of uncertainty - and technology can help sustain that faith.
“This, of all times, is a time we need to make sure that people who need to be heard are heard,” said Drew Kent.
Kent and his wife Maggie are opening up their chapel to churches without livestreaming capabilities.
“We’re just very, very grateful it’s (livestream) there because now it allows for this,” he said.
They say any church looking to host online services is welcome to contact them.
“We have plenty of room and plenty of time and space to allow for other church groups,” said Drew. “If they would like to come in and do this we’re happy to work with anybody- who ever thinks they need it just give us a call and we’re happy to get something scheduled.”
They hope congregation members can watch messages from their church leaders with just the touch of a button.
“We're not charging for it, there's no cost for it. We just really feel like right now more than anything the word of God is very needed,” he said. “We want to make sure that's out there for the community."
The funeral home has already booked a service with Our Saviour's Lutheran Church on Sunday, March 29th from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Church members can find livestreaming services that morning by clicking here.
Interested church officials can set up a schedule with the Kents by calling 406-453-0315.