Many churches endured postponed in-person services for longer than expected but then realized they needed help
This long overdue upgrade has helped the church remove distractions from their worship services
There are benefits of learning from other churches that can help you keep volunteers and staff healthy
As part of the extensive upgrades, the church shifted from projection to a mixed LED wall-projection system, while updating its video cameras.
e2i Design successfully takes request through to completion, finishing 120-panel LED wall project in four weeks.
The multimillion building project successfully finished eight days before Christmas, on Dec. 17. That night, the church held its first service for staff and volunteers in the new space.
Agape Church in Texas discovers how to use streaming to reach their congregation in new and exciting ways.
Unlike many other sectors that in recent months hit the brakes on installation projects, churches have largely continued with installs.
Churches learn how lighting needs have changed now that live streaming and broadcast are becoming more popular.
Florida church gets extensive AVL upgrades and training opportunities as they move into a new space.
Streaming serves a tool to bridge the gap with your current congregation’s locations (in person and online), as well as encourages new members to join your services.
With many churches being dealt the gut punch of closing for in-house services for about 3 months, some churches have discovered new upgrade needs in 2020.
Across the country, churches were left to find alternatives to in-person live worship services in early March, as a vast number of states instituted stay-at-home orders in response to the spread of COVID-19, preventing houses of worship from hosting congregations for much of three months.
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