Praise Contact List
E-mail is working. Please subscribe
During this challenging time of COVID-19 ‘social distancing,’ e-mail has been our communications lifeline with one another. More than 360 of our congregation have now joined the Praise e-mail contact list. If you are among that growing group, you have received e-mails (and no spam) throughout the stay-home period. If you have not yet subscribed, we need you. Your information is not shared, sold or given away. Praise uses your contact information responsibly: to send you e-mail messages that relate to our spiritual life as a congregation.
And here’s why being a subscriber is important. Praise Cathedral tax receipts will all be sent by e-mail. That means Praise needs many more e-mail addresses from our faithful, and our donors. Please subscribe, if you have not done so already.
Subscribing is easy
Navigate your web browser to: https://tinyurl.com/PraiseMailList, or just click or tap the button below.
If you thought you joined, but don’t see a welcome message almost immediately, or receive an e-newsletter from Praise, please check your Junk folder. Sometimes e-newsletter relationships start off being flagged as ‘false positives’ by your spam filter. In other words, you need to tell your e-mail app that Praise Cathedral is a safe sender. Then you will get Praise e-mails in your Inbox faithfully.
Here’s how you (and each church goer in your home) can become part of the Praise Cathedral virtual community:
- Be complete, Fill in all the fields, please. Avoid abbreviations. Use Street instead of St., for example;
- Use proper case. Please don’t fill in the fields in all UPPER CASE or lower case. Computers are not that smart. We need you to put in clean, well-formatted information;
- Phone number: The app asks you for your phone number in three parts: area code (i.e. 905, 647 etc.), exchange (i.e. 821, 569, 858, etc) and number (i.e. your last four digits). Don’t use brackets, hyphens or other characters when entering your digits;
- Remember your birth date (month and day) so we can send you an annual birthday greeting;
- First Message: Sometimes, your e-mail account may mark your messages from Praise as a false positive, or mistaken spam message. In your settings, when you get your first message, please be sure to designate it as a ‘safe sender;’
- Check your information: A common mistake is when folks fill out the form on their phone, and misspell their own e-mail address, for example. Human fingers can be awkward instruments.