In a worship service, a great measure of responsibility rests on those who volunteer in the audio, video, and media ministries. When everything is going well, no one notices, but when the microphones don’t work or the projected song lyrics aren't in sync, everyone does. A well-functioning audio, video, and media team can help the congregation enter into a deeper and more meaningful worship.
Each area of AV ministry is included: sound, projection, lighting, audio, video, broadcast, and web. The book also provides tips and instructions on selecting equipment and the set-up, storage, operation, and maintenance of it. Other leadership topics such as trouble-shooting problems in rehearsal and during services as well as tips for working with ministry leaders, musicians, and fellow congregants are discussed.
If you’re a new volunteer to this ministry or just wanting a topical refresher, this handbook is the perfect guide for you.
|Contributor(s)||Clarence Floyd Richmond , Michael Lawson|
|About the Contributor(s)||Dr. C. Floyd Richmond is a church musician and technology specialist. He is the author or editor of nine books on music technology, and is the chair of the education and curriculum committee for the Technology Institute for Music Educators (TI:ME).|
|Release Date||Apr 20, 2010|
|Who It's For||Pastor|
|Series||Nelson's Tech Guides|