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Church live streaming is all the rage right now and your church’s online presence is more important than ever. One study even suggests that 33% of parishioners first learned about their church online. This means that regardless of size, your church needs to have a presence on the web and social media to reach potential new members. What better way to expand that presence than live streaming your church services and events? Small churches looking to grow their congregations can benefit from live streaming.
In the church tech world, live streaming is still relatively new and many churches are on the fence about it. In this article, we’ll walk you through five myths about church live streaming so you can decide if it’s right for your church.
Smaller - Churches - Budgets - Stewards - Congregation
Smaller churches have smaller budgets and are often concerned with being good stewards with the congregation’s giving (and rightfully so). Many people think it costs hundreds of dollars a month to live stream in addition to the cost of equipment. While you can spend that much money, in reality, some basic solutions are free while most services specifically geared towards the church are less than $150 per month. A video camera ranges from $800-$3,000, but you could also start out using an iPhone and upgrade to better equipment as your budget allows. If you don’t know what equipment to buy, this live streaming guide shows the best church streaming equipment for all budgets.
Churches with fewer than 100 members often think they don’t need to live stream their services because they’re so small. However, streaming isn’t about size, it’s about reaching more people. Jesus commanded the disciples, “Follow Me and I will make you fishers of men.” (Matthew 4:19 NKJV) Any good fisherman will tell you that to be successful, you need to cast where the...
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