Five church livestreamers share their experiences streaming during the pandemic, their top tips for other churches, and their plans for future streaming.
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From placing cameras strategically to knowing your church's culture, here are some tips on livestreaming your worship services once doors reopen.
As states reopen, should churches keep livestreaming worship services? We asked a digital ministry expert who started streaming long before the pandemic.
If you're livestreaming your church services, check out these tips on writing compelling titles, prepping graphics and CTAs, and encouraging viewers to engage.
Should you livestream your church services to Facebook, YouTube, your own website, or a paid platform? Here we compare the most popular options for churches.
Creating a livestream setup for your church service doesn't have to be expensive if you've got a smartphone and an internet connection.
Livestreaming your church services doesn't have to require budget-busting gear and complicated setups. We'll show you how to build a streaming setup that's flexible and scalable.
Displaying worship lyrics in your church livestreams makes it easy for everyone to participate. We'll show you how to screenshare lyrics from ProPresenter or EasyWorship or insert lyrics manually into Switcher Studio.
Church leaders have unique considerations when it comes to adopting new technologies. Here are eight ways in which livestreaming your services could benefit your members and communities.
Bring the service from the pulpit to your church family's homes with live video. See how Real Life Church uses Switcher Studio for a whole new way to worship.