Your Event Design Checklist

Christmas is coming! Which means so is all the crazy that comes with Christmas events, outreach nights, carols services, gingerbread evenings, holiday clubs, Christmas services, festivals, dinners, parties and everything else we’ve grown to expect from churches at Christmas time. All these great events need to be promoted, both to your church and your community, so visually appealing and engaging design is key to making sure your events are noticed. A wide array of promotional material will need to be created in order to effectively promote your events, so to…

Announcements Videos — Our Equipment List

A little while ago, we wrote a blog on why we love announcement videos. Today, we’ll give you an overview of the equipment we use to put ours together. You’ve no doubt seen some amazing church videos that have been put together by huge teams at huge churches with huge budgets. If you’re part of a smaller church, it can be easy to become discouraged seeing videos like that (which is a shame, because that’s not the purpose of those videos!). Your visual media “department” may be entirely staffed by volunteers.…

Announcements Videos — Why I Love Them

I love announcements videos. I love writing them, filming them, editing them and displaying them. That probably makes me sound like a weirdo with a strange obsession…but the reason I love announcement videos is because they have completely reshaped what used to be one of the most boring, poorly executed segments in our church services. Here’s a very brief rundown of why I love using video to communicate our church announcements: They can be scripted Too often, people step onto a church stage (often volunteers with little-to-no training or understanding…

How to make “average” church photos look amazing

Last year I conducted an informal poll asking the Christian Facebook world what they most looked for in a church website. Some of the top responses were, understandably, service times, locations and a message from the pastor, but another component that many responders say they looked for in a church website was photos. And not just any photos. Real photos, of real people, who actually attend the church. Visitors to your website love seeing photos of real people who go to your church. They want to see smiles, passion, engagement…

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