We are seeking help for the AV team to assist with Sunday service and other BFC events.
Are you looking for a way to serve your community?
Do you have an interest in technology? audio? video? music? live-streaming? computers? electronics? production?
If so, then read on…
All of these are areas that we are involved in and we could use assistance.
Serving with the AV team is a great way to not only give back to our church community, but it is more than that, it is also a great way to have fun and develop extremely valuable and sought after skills! Skills developed on the AV team can be very valuable. These are skills that are also needed everywhere, especially in today’s world.
In recent years, advancements in technology have allowed churches everywhere to develop in ways that were only imagined a few years ago.
AV production and web presence is becoming more and more significant and important. How can we keep up? We need your help.
The Belvedere Family AV system has had many developments in just the past few years – digital audio, video production switching, live stream capabilities and more. We continue to have plans for more, but we really need more people to be involved. We are grateful for all who have helped in the past, but some of them have moved on to other responsibilities, so we have been short handed lately.
But– here is the caveat: commitment is needed! Commitment for the sake of our community and for the sake of your own development!
Do you have what it takes? An interest in technology is important (of course), but also enthusiasm, maturity, and the ability to commit to a simple schedule. Age doesn’t matter, but you will need to get yourself to events early. There are even some tasks that take place out side of the Sunday service time, but much of it does require coming early on Sunday to help make the preparations for a good service. We hope to have a team with enough people so that each person may only need to commit to once or twice per month.
Here are some of the main areas that we work with. If any one of these interest you, then please let us know and take this opportunity to get involved!
– set up – instruments, microphones, connections,
– mixing – understand audio mixing
– speaker placement and controlling levels
– camera control
– camera production switching
– after each event
– download and process videos
– edit, add titles, effects, fix issues
Computer and display
– PowerPoint control
– song lyrics
– computer operation
– connection of video formats for recording and projection
– lighting control and programming
– live stream control
– web production
– YouTube, Facebook, Zoom
– web events from Korea
– website maintenance
– uploading videos each week
– help maintaining our YouTube and Vimeo channels
Electronics and hardware
– audio and video cabling throughout the building
– amplifier and speaker wiring
– computer connections
Please get in touch if any of these areas interest you and you may be able to offer some time, even if it’s just once or twice per month.
Please contact Charles Patterson if you are interested!