We’ve all been there – you’re singing along and you’re 2 lines into the next slide before the operator advances to the next slide of lyrics. It’s brutal. I mean brutal.
It feels like the congregation is on a roller coaster ride of singing together.
Being late on leading lyrics halts the worship of your people.
I have a theory. It goes like this—the people who knew God’s word better than anyone else were probably those monks who used to copy the Bible by hand back in medieval times. To put that theory into (limited) practice, I decided to do something similar.
We can learn a lot from guys like Jason how to create powerful experiences where people meet Jesus and grow in their relationship with Him.
Using the Stage Display feature gives you more options to feed your band lyrics, and also give your speakers messages and notes throughout their talks.
People want to enjoy where they serve. They want and long for community. There are always things you can do, even on a small budget, to create an exciting place for people to serve.
Call it whatever you’d like, but it’s a good idea to have a space where your volunteers hang out together on Sunday’s. A place where conversation happens, fun happens, laughter happens, community happens.
In creating the flow of your worship service, you are creating the experience for the people that attend. In placing elements of your service in the order you want, you determine the journey in which they go on. So, how can you make it dynamic? Exciting? Cohesive? Memorable?
Understanding your guest is such a great start for helping them feel welcome.
Your Sunday worship service is the hub for other activities at your church. It’s the main event. It’s the gathering for your entire church. It would make sense that you would want to pour the most time, energy, and money into creating this experience. It’s also the event you should spend most of your time planning.
No matter where you church is at in regards to executing a media-rich worship service, these 5 elements can add spice and engage your audience. Like any media element, if you use the same thing over and over, your audience may get desensitized to it, so be sure to change these out per series or every few weeks to keep things fresh.
You need a plan in place to create the type of slides you need to lead your people well.
At That Church Conference a few years ago, I heard a keynote speaker say, “There’s no such thing as church online.” I was immediately shocked. Now I agree.
“Don’t just do the minimum that will get you by. Do your best. Work from the heart for your real Master, for God, confident that