Fire Safety in Stage Design

When you are setting up the stage design for your worship service, it’s always important to be sure everything is set up for maximum safety. One of the biggest concerns for many churches is the possibility that a fire could break out. When you have multiple instruments, amplifiers, microphones, speakers, lights, and various other devices … Continue reading Fire Safety in Stage Design

Portable Tech for Worship Teams On the Go

Does your church rent space rather than stay in a single dedicated location? Does your worship team often travel for events or holiday celebrations? Maybe you just need the ability to move from one church location to another on a regular basis, but can’t afford two sets of gear. Whatever the reason, there are many … Continue reading Portable Tech for Worship Teams On the Go

Basic Rigging Tools You Should Know

From Christmas plays to special worship events, it’s probable that if your church has a dedicated space for worship and productions, you’ll need to understand rigging at some point. Rigging simply means hanging equipment from above. If you utilize suspended spot lights, you’re rigging. Any time you have heavy, expensive equipment suspended in the air, … Continue reading Basic Rigging Tools You Should Know

Video Streaming 101: How to Get Started

As technology grows, streaming sermons and church conferences has become far more popular. It’s a great way to connect with those who cannot be physically in the building, for a variety of reasons, or those who wish to connect to the message on other days. So it’s no surprise that streaming the worship service has … Continue reading Video Streaming 101: How to Get Started

Psychology of Lighting for Worship Services

Lighting your worship service is, first and foremost, a way to ensure that the congregation can see the service properly. However, professional lighting technicians know that lighting can do far more than just illuminate. It affects the entire mood of the crowd, creating a more immersive worship experience. If you want to lead your congregation … Continue reading Psychology of Lighting for Worship Services

The Perfect Microphone

Obviously with any worship service, the key factor is the sound. If the congregation can’t hear the music and the message, the service simply won’t work. For this reason, choosing microphones should be given serious consideration. There are many types of microphones that are all optimized for different types of events, different spaces, and different … Continue reading The Perfect Microphone

Church Presentation Software Roundup

Presentation in worship is more than just a matter of picking the right projector and creating a PowerPoint of lyrics. There are so many ways that you can update your worship presentations, creating a modern, immersive experience that draws your congregation into a worshipful mindset. The type of software you use plays a big part … Continue reading Church Presentation Software Roundup

Serif v. Sans Serif Fonts for Song Lyrics

When designing new slides for worship songs, which fonts should you use? Serif or Sans Serif? Or both? This is a common question and in an age of an ever-evolving church culture, which will resonate the most with churchgoers? Below is a list of pros and cons for both options and a few tips for designing … Continue reading Serif v. Sans Serif Fonts for Song Lyrics

Top Sites with Free Photos for Church Announcements

We live in a digital age where most church-goers expect the content of a Powerpoint presentation or even church bulletins to be designed well graphically with beautiful images. But if you've worked on designing a church bulletin or powerpoint presentation for a Sunday service, you'll know how hard it is to find quality content at … Continue reading Top Sites with Free Photos for Church Announcements