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I believe too many times in church media world, those who serve in production (whether audio, video, lighting, or stage design) have a stigma of
I’ve made a lot of mistakes when it comes to leading volunteer teams. One of the main things I learned is that I had to bleed vision. I had to consistently and passionately share the the vision behind why we existed as a team, why we were doing things a certain way, why we had certain leadership roles, why serving mattered, and so on.
I?m a firm believer in processes and systems. I do think sometimes I can be overkill and have too many systems in place where it
Within your Production Team, it?s your job to create the culture you want. Your volunteers should not just come in, push buttons and leave. You have to work to create opportunities where they can interact, relax, play, have fun and hangout – on Sundays and other times.
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.
I think it’s not only healthy but extremely productive for you to take members of your team to other campuses within your church or even other churches.?
There are a few vital things you can do to prepare your production team for excellence on Sunday.
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.
Spend time during the week preparing your volunteers for Sunday. Set them up for success, and you?ll start seeing more ownership and excitement in your volunteer culture.
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?