About RSS Feeds
According to Lifewire, “RSS” (Really Simple Syndication) brings live web feeds directly to your computer or a single website. It takes the latest content from different websites and pushes them down to you for quick scanning. So instead of having to visit 14 different places to get updates, you just go to one screen and see it combined (“aggregated”) into a single window.
To view an RSS feed, you should use an RSS feed reader, which can either be part of your browser, a single website, an app, or stand-alone software on your computer.
Grace Episcopal Church makes several categories of its content available through RSS. If you have an RSS reader, add the feeds you’re interested in from the links above to the subscribe section of your reader. Then you’ll be able to get updates through that feed reader.