What is RSS?

How does RSS work?

Every time we update one of the Web sites that we syndicate, we will update a special page called a “feed.” This information will automatically update your Web site, blog or feed reader with the new information. You will be able to follow the link to read the newest information.

Read the Web the easy way with a feed reader

Feed readers or news aggregators are programs or Web sites that act like a customizable newspaper, allowing you to pull content from a variety of Web sources into one place.

Once you select your feed reader, you add the feeds from the Web sites you would like to monitor. Then your feed reader will begin to regularly check the feeds from the Web sites to see if they have been updated. If it has, the feed reader displays the latest content, notifying you that something new has been published.
Choose a feed reader

There are lots of different feed readers available, many that are free of charge. Some are Web-based feed readers and others are desktop-based feed readers. If you choose a desktop feed reader, you will have to install it. Web-based feed readers usually require you to create an account.

Web-based feed readers

Google Reader

Netvibes

PageFlakes

MyYahoo

RSS Applications

Feed Reader

Omea Reader

Awasu

Great News

RSS Bandit

Feed Link

Once you have chosen how to view the RSS feed you will need to submit the Presbytery of Central Nebraska RSS Link to the feed reader or application.

Prayer Concerns Feed

To follow the prayer concerns feed you will need to submit the Presbytery of Central Nebraska Prayer Concerns RSS Link to the feed reader or application.