Taking your church media team to a conference is a great way to get up to speed on the latest technology and hear about innovative ideas and best practices from other churches around the country. It can also be a fantastic team-building experience that will build fellowship within the group which may in turn provide a boost of creative energy to the team. If you are considering attending a church conference with your media team, here are some of the best upcoming opportunities.
One of the biggest obstacles to getting your team to a conference is money. Both travel and registration fees make most conferences impractical for both small churches and large media teams. Fortunately, WorshipSummit.Live is absolutely free. This 100% free church production education event is taking place Friday, January 24, 2020, entirely online. Learn about live streaming, video production, audio production, and modern worship with presentations and breakout sessions. Speakers include Jake Gosselin from ChurchFront, Certified Ableton Trainer Will Doggett, Dr. Barry Hill Professor of Audio Engineering. Get free tickets and learn more at WorshipSummit.Live.
One of the largest worship conferences in America, this cross-denomination event happens September 08 – September 11, 2020, in Orlando, Florida. Teaching sessions and workshops will equip you and your team with the latest resources and ideas for a church production.
Featuring 100 speakers, 150 workshops, ten pre-conference intensives, and 75+ networks and denominations, the Exponential Conference takes place March 2-5, 2020, in Orlando, Florida. Andy Stanley, Dave Ferguson, and Michael Carrion are just some of the leaders and innovators that will take the stage to connect you and your team to the tools and inspiring needed to make your church worship all it can be. This is a great conference for Worship Leaders who want to join in workshops to get small group sessions with more attention from teachers. As you can see the Exponential Conference features over 150 workshops so that folks on your team can dig into the specific topics that interest them and will benefit your church.