7 Tips To Effectively Use Social Media In Your Worship Space
By Lauren Campbell · September 9, 2015 • Aside from Twitter and Facebook, there is a whole world of social media that your worship space should partake in. From blogs to Instagram, your opportunities are endless in reaching not only your worship community, but beyond.
Tips for Making Your House of Worship Better Equipped for Emergencies
By TD Staff · July 16, 2015 • Many worship leaders, especially those who look over smaller churches, probably don’t put too much thought into equipping their grounds with security equipment. It has been proven that churches are often targeted, whether big or small. You don’t want to wait until it’s too late to make sure you have your sanctuary protected. Not only will it protect any equipment you have inside, it will protect your congregants and it will make them feel safer entering your facility. It is never a bad thing to be over-prepared, especially when it comes to your place of worship – a place where you and your congregants should feel safe. In this guide, statistics are covered on how often an incident occurs and when and where it occurs, as well as security professional Paul Boucherle giving real-life tips and examples from his own experience in dealing with houses of worship.
What You Need in Order to Protect Your Worship Space
By Lauren Campbell · June 11, 2015 • When you protect your ministry, you're not just protecting your equipment, you're protecting all of your worshippers. This slideshow will go over the top 5 things you will need in order to make sure your ministry is protected.
6 Reasons Your Ministry Should Consider Having A Mobile App
By Lauren Campbell · June 1, 2015 • Connecting with a younger demographic of people is about creating relationships. Because that’s so important, it makes it imperative for churches to have a presence that’s easily accessible – and what better way to do that than connecting with them through the technology they’re already hooked on?
6 Microphones You Should Know About For Your Worship Space
By Lauren Campbell · May 19, 2015 • Whether it's a headset or handheld, you will need a microphone for your worship space. Check out these 6 options for spoken word as well as live music.
8 Advantages of Having Digital Signage in Your Church
By Lauren Campbell · March 9, 2015 • Digital Signage can help improve your ministry in many ways from making visitors feel welcome to making general announcements. Click to read more about what it can do to help you improve.
Why Does My Video Look Terrible? Part II
By Jim Kumorek · December 11, 2014 • Mastering these foundational elements of video production will enable your church to reap the benefits of top quality video images.
Why Does My Video Look Terrible? Part I
By Jim Kumorek · December 4, 2014 • The most common issue with video has nothing to do with the actual equipment. Here's what to do to fix it.
Streaming Video Lets an Ambitious Church Scale into the Cloud
By Dan Daley · December 6, 2012 • Church of Champions has a new method of reaching parishioners. Streaming video to other locations, including potential future satellite locations for this church or to other churches that want to use Champions’ worship content to support their own pastors’ sermons, are some of the long-term goals for the technology.
Streaming Media Encoder Tips: A Q&A
By Leslie O'Neill · April 12, 2012 • Network engineer and live sound engineer Ron Guensche specializes in audio and video technology in the studio and on location. He works with ednet (Entertainment Digital Network).
Latest ResourceWorship Facilities Magazine, March-April 2018
The March-April 2018 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers articles about how to prepare, prevent and respond to church violence, a look into what church management software can do for your church community, and a piece on how a once popular nightclub venue was transitioned to become Shoreline Church's new home.