Plotting the Course for Your New Creative Team
By Gregory Kayne · November 16, 2017 • Resist the urge to look longingly at the cool, bigger church down the road, making design or creative decisions at your church, based on what they are cranking out.
Declare War on Your Church: Planning Upgrades with an Open Mind
By Adrian Gates · November 2, 2017 • The sort of passion and free-thinking determination that resulted in maintaining a webcast in-house were contributing factors to why our church has experienced significant growth in recent years.
Environmental Projection: Tips On How To Implement It Best
By Luke McElroy · October 18, 2017 • As someone who has seen a number of EP pictures, and one who has personally set up EP more than 40 times, I have learned a few tips and tricks to avoid the most common oversights.
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.
Environmental Projection: Getting It Done Without Projectors
By Chris Tall · October 11, 2017 • Besides lighting your team well with front and back light so that they are seen and have depth, the cohesive look of a set or environment behind them now puts them in a space that has depth.
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.
Environmental, Lyrics Projection Among Featured Upgrades At Arkansas Church
By Andres Caamano · September 21, 2017 • In just nine months, Living Faith Church underwent five phases of install upgrades, with the final two phases featuring six Hitachi projectors, four JVC cameras, two Matrox TripleHead2Go modules, a Kramer presentations switcher/scaler, and a pair of Apple iMacs.
4 Ways to Transform Your Christmas Environments
By Luke McElroy · September 19, 2017 • Be it a special Christmas program or simply the Christmas Eve service, you have a great opportunity to make a visual environment that helps them get caught up in the real Christmas Story.
Media Servers: Do You Want Fries With That?
By Tim Ottley · May 2, 2017 • With such pieces of equipment, it allows us to reach deep into our imagination and creativity, so that we can shape content in ways we could previously only dream of.
Why You Should Be Using (Environmental) Projection
By Tim Ottley · November 25, 2016 • The rise of LED screens and large format televisions has cut down the amount of churches that are now using projection, and that makes me sad.
Look to Environmental Projection When Creating Quality Sets
By Luke McElroy · November 7, 2016 • Because we don’t have enough budget, time, energy or staff in our churches to build enough dynamic and unique stage designs, environmental projection is a worthwhile option to consider.
ArKaos MediaMaster: A Worthwhile Media Server Tool
By Kevin Penrod · September 5, 2016 • For those who are getting into pixel mapping LEDs, your 'best friend' will be ArKaos' LED master, allowing you to output to the Kling-Net protocol.
For Churches, Which Video Elements Offer Impact?
By Nathan Williams · August 26, 2016 • Today's use of video offers an array of tools for houses of worship in seeking to best relay the message to their congregation.
LED Walls: A Bold and Exciting World Full of Options
By David Leuschner · June 3, 2016 • LED is still 10 percent to 20 percent more expensive than projection, but the longer lifespan, savings on HVAC, electric and lamps make LED a lot more competitive than just five years ago.
Latest ResourceWorship Facilities Magazine, January-February 2018
The January-February 2018 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers articles about the many steps a church had to take in the aftermath of a fire, and another involving a church making the jump to 4K.