The American Church, Saint Michael's and the Cathedral are each wonderfully creative. Should any one not do well, it doesn't make the others look better. It would blemish the image of "church" that each institution shares.
The American Church in Paris has been creating quality video Sunday services since the beginning of the confinement. The youth pastor and youth intern have created a video-blog "acpnotcancelled.com ^7." I started simultaneous video watching of these services in an interactive manner through Zoom and now that practice is generalized, but no longer interactive. They are no longer interactive because I no longer lead them and because the videos no longer invite moments of interactivity as they did before. Different types of participants came at the beginning in the experimental phase than now that things are more stable. The music director has become a video producer and blogger.
Saint Michael's opted for a live service early on. It was a mix of a live interview with the pastor and pre-recorded parts. Music was pre-recorded as well, each congregant from their home. I don't remember if the pre-recorded music was assembled or not ^8. Saint Michael's set up break-out rooms very early on as part of Sunday worship, allowing congregants to reinforce community.
The American Cathedral uses a wonderfully orchestrated pre-recorded video with a simultaneous diffusion via Facebook Live on Sundays at 11 AM precisely. I was actually quite happy with the text window in the Facebook live feature because it allowed me to have sufficient interaction with other congregants, which is what I was seeking (and achieved, but in a more limited way) with my Sunday viewing Zooms. The Cathedral also has an enlightening pre-service powwow at 10 AM via Zoom.