LITURGY MATTERS: Migrate now to New LiturgyHelp

Our recent LiturgyHelp workshops were well attended and gave many, from parishes and schools, a good overview of this excellent, online liturgy planning tool.

LiturgyHelp has indeed transformed, in both look and navigation. The New LiturgyHelp is rich in additional resources and updated content whilst retaining some much-relied-upon features. Patrick Nisbet of Creative Ministry Resources was generous in outlining the many, helpful shortcuts and tips to navigate the new structure and I left the training session feeling excited to explore in detail.

Those who were unable to get to the workshops are not abandoned. LiturgyHelp’s ‘Help’ menu, identifiable by a question-mark icon, provides a suite of user-friendly assistance options via Tours, Videos, FAQs and News media. There is also a ‘Chat’ portal which is manned by the Creative Ministry Resources team. No generic, robotic interaction here – you’ll be answered by a real expert!

The new version has been active since March 2019 and I recommend that all existing Maitland-Newcastle users migrate to the updated format as soon as possible. Whilst the Old LiturgyHelp is still accessible, for now, it will be switched off in a matter of days. So, take the plunge and explore. Help is one click away.

NB: New users can contact their parish for an individual, generic login from the 5 full and 50 partial logins which were supplied to all parishes in 2014.

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Sharon Murphy

Sharon Murphy is the Administration Support Officer for the Liturgy & Adult Faith Formation Office.