This week on the podcast, we welcome Jason Moore. Jason is an author, speaker and worship coach. He is the author of 10 books, his latest From Franchise to Local Dive is out now. He is the co-founder of Midnight Oil Productions and is a creativity consultant for numerous denominations.
We have shifted our podcast schedule around to bring you the most relevant content as we are still in the middle of COVID-19. So we asked Jason to come the podcast because he has put together an incredible webinar called Telling the Old Story in a New Time, all about how to shift your worship experience to Online.
We’re going to talk through best practices for worshipping online and beyond in a physically distanced world.
We covered topics like:
– How to consolidate content for your Online Worship Experience.
– Creating Experieces from your Sweet Spot
– How to encourage participation in your Online Gatherings.
– How to handle Online Giving
– Re-Imagining Church
– Embracing our Limitations
– How to Build Community Online
– How to Creatively follow up with Guests and Members after your Livestream
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The Making Sunday Happen Podcast (Formerly The Church Media Podcast) is the definitive podcast for those who plan, create and execute Worship Experiences. Hosted by Carl Barnhill, the show offers training in the areas of Church Media Production, Worship, Communications, First Impressions, Service Planning, Volunteer Culture and more. Watch or listen to each episode of the show, download transcripts, and even grab some sharable content to share with your team.