1,273 Days In The Life of Environmental Projection
By Tim Ottley · October 13, 2017 • It takes deliberate effort and well planned and executed content to redirect that production – to become an environment for worship.
Environmental Projection: Take Your Congregation To New Places
By Kevin Penrod · October 12, 2017 • A great solution for churches seeking to bring back some intimacy into their space is the tool of environmental projection.
A Man Must Examine Himself
By Michael Edgar Myers · October 10, 2017 • How does the general public or your own congregation refer to the church where you serve? Is it God’s church? Or Pastor So-and-So’s church?
Planning a Successful Upgrade for 2018
By Todd Heft · October 6, 2017 • Technical upgrades should not detract or distract people from the message, but technology can make things easier, and can mean you require less volunteers or less stress on yourself.
Environmental Projection: The Basics Behind What A Church Needs
By Brent Mann · October 4, 2017 • If you’re looking to implement environmental projection in your church, you are probably going to need to spend around $10,000 to do so, with the goal of doing it well.
Sound Check with Elevation Worship and Cuevas
By Gregory Kayne · September 18, 2017 • The single most important experience for promoting musical excellence while bringing worship, pastors and media ministers together in unity and purpose is sound check.
Christmas Production: Using Story Structure in Tech to Create the Best Experience
By Keri Rafter · September 5, 2017 • We need to be asking, does tech in services enhance enough, to support the message? Does it improve the service and help more people discover your church?
What’s the Point of IMAG?
By Michael Scott · August 21, 2017 • There is value in using IMAG to, in essence, shrink a worship space. A major point of IMAG should be to help the congregation connect with the people who are leading them in worship.
Looking to Set Up Streaming This Fall? Don’t Rush It
By Andres Caamano · August 21, 2017 • It also may seem feasible that one can roll out a streaming plan with virtually no budget, but it is best to look to include at least a small budget to implement such a plan.
Communicating the Gospel: Look for Moments to Educate
By Michael Edgar Myers · August 18, 2017 • It is essential to not give the impression that music and worship are synonymous. Music is an element. It’s equally essential for musical and technical presenters to work as partners.
Communicating the Gospel: Philip and the Ethiopian Go To Church
By Michael Edgar Myers · August 17, 2017 • Whatever the environment – big or small; urban, suburban; multi-cultural – in addition to solid gospel preaching, the order of service in each of these must encompass four basic elements.
Assistive Listening: As a Tech Community, Serve Your Members
By Tom Noble · July 11, 2017 • It’s hard to associate hearing loss with anything other than old age, but as the World Health Organization tells us, it could very easily be the teenager in your youth group.
A Familiar Cry: “I Need More Volunteers!”
By Adam Dye · April 10, 2017 • People in your church are probably used to seeing things go well each week—lights come on, microphones work, cameras capture video. So they may just assume you have the help you need...
Master Your Church’s Social Media Strategy in 7 Steps
By Kathryn Binkley · April 3, 2017 • Imagine how you would communicate differently to someone who attends your church regularly, versus someone you meet on the street.
How to Get and Keep Great Volunteers
By Van Metschke · March 14, 2017 • Among the many ways: Consistently encourage members of the Tech Team to seek out and find others that might be great additions to the team.
Latest ResourceWorship Facilities Magazine, September-October 2017
The September-October 2017 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers a glance at a Granger Community Church, and their recent install of a Lawo audio mixing console system.