Sometimes it can feel like reaching your parishioners is more difficult than ever.
From everyday distractions to new forms of communication like social media, many people have trouble focusing on your messages.
That’s not your fault, and it’s not theirs. But if you want to reach your Mooresville, NC congregation, you’re going to have to speak their language.
House of worship AV can help. In this blog, we’ll explore a few pieces of modern technology that will help you reach every member of your congregation.
Ready to learn more? Just keep reading.
Did you know there’s an opera house that straddles the US-Canada border? The audience sits in one country and the stage is in the other. If someone wanted to cross over that invisible threshold, they’d need a passport! The point is: just because you’re in one place doesn’t mean you can’t have an international presence. But it doesn’t take a strategically placed church to reach parishioners from around the world. You can do it right here in Huntersville, NC. You just have to use your house of worship AV system. Here, we’ll give you some tips on reaching more people with your next sermon.
The architectural features and other characteristics of a sanctuary or worship space impact the quality of the experience for each individual in the congregation. Because a church building is similar to that of a performance space, the usual principles related to sound, lighting, and seating layout apply. The dimensions and shape of the room, the height of the ceiling, and the placement of sound and video projection systems all play a role in making a memorable service. Are you considering upgrading the AV in your Charlotte, NC house of worship? Before you do, read through our list of tips to help you get started.
There is a solution for traditional fixtures and saving a huge load of money. LED technology has come a long way in recent years and prices have come down substantially as well! With a lifespan between 15,000-50,000 hours, its safe to say that LEDs are they way to go. Not to mention the energy savings!
Walking around to each TV and projector on a Sunday to power it on and off can be a chore. It can be a quick 2-minute task on a smaller system but on a larger system, this could take 30 minutes! Then you have to make sure you have the correct remote for each device! No thanks!
Have you ever been worshipping and suddenly there is a shrill of the PA? Or you are in the middle of a slower song and the electric guitar exclaims out of nowhere?Music is an emotion. Like jazz or classical music, it gives the audience something to think about and invokes a certain feeling. When you listen to jazz, the notes and instruments flow together.
Many words and several articles have used this platform directed at churches warning them to be aware of the technology company that will take advantage of unknowing and gullible ministry staff. Instead of a warning we offer support and consultation to ministry staff that explores all the options on the table and often we find that much less money is needed to solve the issues at hand and to promote advancement in technology.
These three things are the core principles in which every church service should build from. Most of the time, there are only two of these completed, which can create distractions, rough transitions, or awkward pauses - and no one wants that.
At Audio Video Concepts & Design, I want YOU to know that we care about your church! We care about the people God has entrusted you to take care of. Let us help you protect not just yourselves, but everything and everyone who steps foot on your campus.
Is this a question that you have been considering? Budget concerns, equipment choices, what exactly is my next step? No need to give any of these negative thoughts room to grow...
...A partner that will give prudent advice and a partner that is experienced in the concepts and procedures of House of Worship. That partner is Audio Video Concepts and Design. We will walk you through the process and assist in providing solutions that meet your needs and remain within your budget. It really is that simple, but what is the first step?