It’s Sunday morning and there’s barely enough light to see the keyhole on the door you’re unlocking at the back of the church.
You Know the Feeling...
A handful of cars are pulling into the parking lot and you’re sure each person, like you, has a strong cup of coffee in hand. Long before the pastor arrives, before the kids ministry teachers come to prep their rooms, before the greeters take up their positions at the doors, you and your team of worship arts and tech begin the process of setting up mics, monitors, lights, cameras, etc so that those who attend Sunday services will have a distraction free opportunity to experience the power of the Gospel.
But It's Difficult to Keep Up
With the world of technology and production in constant flux, it’s hard to know how to keep that service experience fresh, influential, and within budget. How do you take your church to the next level of tech? What about reaching those in the NextGen who are native to technology or equipping volunteers so they can serve without frustration?
The Center, along with Calvary Church and Spinnaker Multimedia Solutions, is hosting a Worship Arts Tech Conference on October 28, 2017 with these questions in mind. The conference is geared to help anyone in the world of worship arts/tech, those who are in positions of forward thinking and influence, and worship leaders so they can make informed decisions about elevating services in their individual contexts.
The Conference Details
With main speaker sessions by Calvary’s teaching pastor Charles Zimmerman, break-out sessions, and practical hands-on applications, this one-day conference will prepare attenders to know how to implement change without breaking their budget and learn how to fit current technology offerings into their own church’s size and context. Opportunities to network and learn about consulting options will also be part of the benefits of attending.
So much of what is seen Sunday morning on stage first begins behind the scenes…long before most people have started their day. We understand the unique questions and needs that go along with serving in the tech and worship arts world and we’re looking forward to having you join us at the WA Tech Conference 2017 so we can process, learn, and move forward together.
We hope to see you there!
Karen Peazzoni is the Director of Service Planning, Tech Arts, and Communications at Calvary Church in Souderton and Quakertown, PA.