A couple of years ago our church started a Sunday evening service. Actually, it’s more accurate to say that we “resurrected” it.
Calling the wrong meeting for the wrong occasion is like trying to hammer a nail with a screwdriver—it’s painful, a waste of time and energy, and usually doesn’t work.
Regardless of the size of your church, at some point you’ve got to meet with a group of people and communicate information. To make sure your church staff meetings are successful and actually produce the results you’re looking for, consider these ideas.
As we recruit, train and encourage our sound and media teams it’s vital to remind them of the importance of invisibility and “seamlessness.”