The newsletter of the Los Angeles Ecclesia is updated weekly and is in the Members section.
Zoom has two principle types of security (to make sure authorized persons enter the Zoom session.) One type of security is the use of a passcode. To enter the Zoom session, the user must enter a passcode assigned by the organizer. The other is a waiting room. When a user logs onto the Zoom session, he/she is put into a waiting room. The host of the session receives a message that there is someone waiting. The host then enables the use to enter the session after he/she is validated by name or other means. Open Zoom sessions (like a Bible class) use the waiting room while Memorial Service uses a passcode.