Have you felt in over your head trying to fill the roles of both worship leader and videographer? For many congregations, video-based worship experiences are new and often frustrating experiments that were not in their 2020 strategic plan! This training will equip you with many no-budget (free) or low-budget (less than $100) solutions that will yield a high-impact on the quality and clarity of your video worship experiences.
Topics will include basic tricks and tips for composition, lighting, sound, and editing with accessible techniques and approaches any congregation can benefit from. We will work to gently move from simply filming what we have always done to thinking intentionally about how we can modify our behavior and spaces to be the Body of Christ when we gather remotely.
Luther Seminary student Nathan Lyke has served in vocational ministry for the past 17 years and also holds a degree in filmmaking. He has served as a children and youth minister, worship leader, and communications director while also freelancing as a videographer. In the past eight months he has used this blend of experiences to create video worship services for youth ministry, graduation and chapel services as a student at Luther Theological Seminary, and as an archivist for a forthcoming 2021 documentary feature film.
11 a.m. Central November 24
RSVP to Cory Driver (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the Zoom link.