Lights, Camera,Worship! is a manual for all of your technical needs. To draw people into your church with incredible worship experiences, you need to learn more about how to get the most from your lighting, sound, video, and projection systems. This is your one stop resource!

Written by an experienced professional and consultant, this book will show you how to successfully run the major components that, done correctly, will make your church presentation the absolute best it can be and will draw more people in! This is packed with information that will not only show you how to use the technology, but how to troubleshoot and problem-solve in the areas you need it most from running a new control board to uniting your lighting and audio visual systems as one integrated unit. This won't just show you how to operate your systems - it will make your production go from OK to WOW!

part |2 pages

PART 1 Sound Systems for Worship

chapter 1|22 pages

Anatomy of a Sound System

chapter 2|14 pages

Connections in a Sound System

chapter 3|14 pages

More on Microphones

chapter 4|8 pages

Gain Structure

chapter 5|8 pages


chapter 6|10 pages

Electronic Processing

chapter 7|10 pages

Stage Monitors and In-Ear Monitors

chapter 8|8 pages

Making the Move to Digital

chapter 9|2 pages

Conclusion of Sound Section

part |2 pages

PART 2 Lighting Systems for Worship

chapter 10|20 pages

Anatomy of a Lighting System

chapter 11|4 pages

Color Mixing Theory

chapter 13|10 pages

Controllers and Protocols

chapter 14|4 pages

Close up on Dimmers

chapter 15|8 pages

An Overview of Moving Lights

chapter 18|2 pages

Conclusion of Lighting Section

part |2 pages

PART 3 Video Systems for Worship

chapter 19|16 pages

Anatomy of a Video System

chapter 21|4 pages

Hi-Defi nition vs. Standard Defi nition

chapter 22|6 pages

Front Projections vs. Rear Projection

chapter 23|6 pages

A Closer Look at the Video Screen

chapter 24|8 pages

Cameras and Tripods

chapter 25|4 pages

Worship Presentation Software

chapter 26|2 pages

Conclusion of Video Systems for Worship