Serving on our Tech Arts team is a great way to serve in worship while staying behind the scenes. We offer training in every facet of this important ministry. Serving in Tech Arts is available for high school age and older.
Running sound for services in the sanctuary and for our livestream is a critical component of sharing the Gospel each with week. We currently use Yamaha Q-Series digital soundboards for both applications. If you’ve got experience in sound design or interested in learning, we would love to hear from you!
Operating lights in our services involves more than just flipping a switch. A variety of lighting scenes help engage and direct the congregation’s focus to the Message each week. Running the lighting board is a great first step into our Tech Arts Ministry.
Our livestream uses multiple camera angles controlled by joysticks and computers in the Tech Office. This is a crucial part of our weekly broadcast, and a lot of fun. If you are a gamer or just enjoy technology, being a camera operator may be the place for you to serve.
Projection screens provide song lyrics, scripture, and sermon content each week, and operating Propresenter (a more advanced version of Powerpoint) is a vital service to the congregation. Running projection is a great first step into our Tech Arts Ministry.
Director of Technical Arts
Jennifer Gillum serves as director of the Tech Arts Ministry. Jen has 15+ years of digital signage experience at West Virginia University and 11+ years of experience as an audio/visual technician. She has a vocal degree from Prairie Bible College and is involved in the choir and praise team at the church.