In a time when churches can’t regularly meet in person, most are struggling to get their message online. Providing a musical worship experience adds even more complexities for most churches.

Many worship pastors have been going live on Facebook and YouTube from their homes, providing acoustical sets from their living rooms to yours. Frankly, these intimate and low production efforts have been a welcoming experience during this time when we are all stuck at home.

However, you may want to provide something new, whether it’s this Sunday, or Easter Sunday, or just something unique throughout the week.

World renowned worship artists Kari Jobe and Cody Carnes have now provided a way for you to have them lead worship at your church.

Just visit KariJobe.com/ChurchStream and you can download four different worship set videos to play during your livestream.

Kari and Cody are providing this absolutely free for your church.

In their own words:

“We’ve been praying about what we can do to help resource the local church in this time, and we came upon this idea to record a couple of worship sets and offer them to any and every church that would want to have us lead. We want to make this completely free, no strings attached. We love the idea that we could help encourage your church and give you and your team a week or two break from the stresses of this new streaming world we’re all having to learn and facilitate.”

Kari Jobe and Cody Carnes

If you’re going to use this content for your church, drop a link to your video or livestream in the comments.

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