Posts Tagged service flow

stay a little while

Stay A Little While

Stick around a little. When I was a student at Asbury College, we had chapel three times a week.  Over the course of my studies I grew an appreciation for the words spoken over me in Hughes Auditorium.  The college president, guest preachers and fellow students all had their opportunity... read more

moving backgrounds

5 Things To Consider About Moving Backgrounds

Moving backgrounds have become a mainstay for a great number of churches in recent years.   As software has become more affordable, and great motion designers have become more plentiful, even older churches have started to see the great visual value that motion graphics can add to any service. However,... read more

Christmas Sunday

What to Do with Christmas Sunday

For those of you who haven’t already looked ahead to the end of year calendar, there is something very important to note.  Christmas 2016 falls directly on a Sunday. The big buzz this year around the Creative Team circles is  “What do we do when Christmas falls on a Sunday?”   Though some... read more

are you services predictable

Are Your Services Predictable?

It’s easy for church services to get into a rut with Sunday coming every 7 days. Over 52 weeks a year and creative teams can start to rely on past successes instead of crafting dynamic new ones. Whether your services are timed to the minute or open ended, below are... read more

How to Deliver Live Announcements

Announcements can be the lamest time during the service. But they don’t have to be. If you have great content and a great communicator, announcements can be a lively, worshipful and engaging element. Here are several tips for delivering live announcements at your church: Practice at Home and at the... read more

How to Publically Read Scripture Well

Many churches read a passage of scripture during their services. That could be the psalm which a song was based on, the passage the message will focus on, or a benediction to conclude the service. Regardless of when scripture is read, or who is doing the reading, it should always... read more