Environmental projection (EP) is an breathtaking, exciting — and cost-effective way — to “paint a picture” this Christmas season.
Pastor-friendly A/V: Even the best audio equipment money can buy won’t work optimally without first considering acoustics. Here, experts share their best tips for accommodating music, and for factoring in a sanctuary’s space when striving for acoustical soundness.
Achieving ideal church sound requires the right people and equipment.
Is your church doing a good job of accommodating its worshippers with hearing loss?
When assembling your worship lighting setup, one critical (but often overlooked) step is to match its complexity with users’ skill level.
Having the right assistive listening system available to worshippers engages members with hearing loss, keeps parents of young children in the loop in the event of a quick exit, and even breaks down language barriers.
An audiologist shares tried-and-true fundraisers from churches that wanted — and got — hearing loop systems.
Church Executive asked several church A/V experts to answer one key question: Under what circumstances can a church’s video projection setup fall short of effective?
Three lighting professionals offer plain-English, pastor-friendly tips for evaluating worship space lighting systems — from longevity, to price, to overall value.