McCormick's Creek Church started to podcast all of our services on September 1, 2009.
Please use the links bellow for the MCUPC Podcast or using RSS Feed:
Addidional Help and Information about Podcasting
Please see the information below to help you get started with MCUPC Podcast.
What is Podcasting?
Podcasting is the latest in on-the-go, on-demand technology. With podcasting, you can listen to various shows, news, preaching services, etc. whenever and wherever you choose. Podcasts are MP3 audio files that are automatically downloaded to your personal computer, and then transferred to an iPod or other MP3 player using a podcasting application. Click here to view "Podcasting in Plain English".
What equipment do I need?
The basic requirements for podcasting are a computer (PC or Mac), podcasting software (see list of options below) and an Internet connection. For portability, an iPod or other MP3 player is needed.
How do I get started?
Simply download and install podcasting software onto your computer. Although applications vary, each should provide instructions on how to add podcast feeds to your list. Then, just check for the new podcasts and MP3s of your selected programs that will be on your computer and, if you are set up, on your MP3 player.
Already have a podcast application?
1. Simply click here to subscribe to the MCUPC Podcast feed in iTunes. You can also search for "McCormick's Creek Chruch" in "iTunes Store" to find and subscribe to the podcast.
2. Use can also use this link (http://www.mcupc.com/podcasts/mcupc_podcast.xml) to subscribe to the MCUPC Podcast feed in any other podcast software.
New podcasts and audio files will be added, so be sure to check back often for all the latest podcasts available.
Downloads and Resources:
iTunes: Free and most popular podcasting software (PC or Mac)
iPodder(now Juice): Free podcasting software (PC)
gPodder: Free podcasting software (Cross-OS)
What Is RSS?
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. It's an easy way for you to keep up with news and information that's important to you, and helps you avoid the conventional methods of browsing or searching for information on websites. Now the content you want can be delivered directly to you without cluttering your inbox with e-mail messages. This content is called a "feed."
RSS is written in the Internet coding language known as XML (eXtensible Markup Language), which is why you see RSS buttons commonly labeled with these icons: or
What Is an RSS Reader?
An RSS reader is a small software program that collects and displays RSS feeds. It allows you to scan headlines from a number of news sources in a central location. Click here to view "RSS in Plain English".
Where Can I Get an RSS Reader?
Some browsers, such as the current versions of Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari have built in RSS readers. If you're using a browser that doesn't currently support RSS, there are a variety of RSS readers available on the web; some are free to download and others are available for purchase. If you use Microsoft Outlook, you can receive RSS feeds directly to your RSS folders.