This ebook is your ultimate guide to starting to Live-streaming at your church. Step by step how to’s along with helpful links for you and your team to plan and execute connecting your church online. God is giving us the opportunity to use what has been corrupted by our culture for so long, as a platform to display the glory of Christ and His bride, the church.
The Coronavirus has impacted our churches in a major way. We have created this special pack of graphical content to help you and your church communicate, respond, and engage with your church during this time.
The Coronavirus has impacted our churches in a major way. We have created this 2nd special pack of graphical content to help you and your church communicate, respond, and engage with your church during this time.
Church At Home Social Volume One Service Pack is a dynamic collection perfect for connecting with your congregation at home. Featuring 20 social media graphics, donated by Graphic Designer Derek Walker, this collection will help you create an incredible virtual worship experience.
This past Sunday, I reviewed nearly 50 churches and how they did church online.
Here are some things I observed and some tips that might help you.
I found that most churches either Pre-Recorded or Livestreamed their Worship and Message to an empty room or with few people in the room. I think this Sunday, we’ll see a move to more Pre-Recorded services or Messages from the Pastor’s home.
The Coronavirus pandemic in the US has impacted people’s health, communities, relationships, sports (NBA Season, NCAA tournament cancellations), and so much more. One of the ripple effects that we, the collective body of Christ, felt was that many of us chose not to meet in person at our physical locations. This impacted the church of Christ as a whole, but this is really just ONE way that COVID-19 is affecting God’s people. There are other areas that we as a church need to be mindful of and think about as we encounter and respond to this pandemic that is facing us.
The church, and the world, are experiencing a digital shift. Churches who have never streamed before, are now being forced to take that step. Arron Hartt shares a few things he has learned during his time in ministry.
A simple, comprehensive post for setting your Pastor up to stream at home or on the go. Also includes an amazon shopping list and simple gear list for you to set your pastor up for success in capturing his own content.
The vision for web streaming is that those cameras in your auditorium are like missionaries. What they are capturing is beaming the gospel of Jesus Christ to the entire world. While many technical volunteers are very shy, the web streaming ministry gives them an opportunity to come out of their shell and belong to a group that is literally reaching the entire world for Jesus.
In an effort to let you know what the ministries that serve you are doing, we asked several leaders in our industry to come together for a special roundtable discussion to talk through several things.
We talked through…
– The State of the Church – where we are and what we are seeing
– The State of Conferences – what’s being canceled and moved and what’s not at this time
– Resources and Training available to you.
– Some Communications strategies and more.
We’ve gathered a powerhouse lineup of leaders in our space.
Luke McElroy – SALT
Justin Dean – ThatCC
Katie Allred – Church Communications
Kenny Jahng – Church Communications
Luke Miller – Worship House Media
Ryan Wakefield – Church Marketing University
Ben Stapley – author, speaker, communicator
Stephen Brewster – consultant
We’re welcoming Collin Jones and Nate Anderson from Living as One to the show.
We talked with these guys about how to engage your community with your Livestream, how to get started quickly, we talked through video gear, encoders, your system, your streaming destinations, and more.
Watch this video to create a landing page for your church to watch your Facebook/Youtube Livestreams. With Notes and Bible available right on the stream view this an amazing resource for your church if you do not already have a landing page for your stream.
Carl Barnhill has served on staff at some of the largest churches and organizations in the country. He served as Media Director at Precept Ministries International, directing the television and radio program Precepts for Life with Kay Arthur, broadcasted to over 98 million homes around the world. He served as Video Production Director at Pinelake Church in Brandon, MS. He most recently served as Video Coordinator for Newspring Church in South Carolina. He currently serves as Creative Director and Owner of[twelve:thirty]media, serving churches and ministries all over the world through motion graphics content and church media coaching.