Nashville, Tennessee – Creating Hybrid Worship Services, a newly released online training course, is designed to explore the best practices for offering worship services that engage participants both in-person and online. It is an open enrollment, self-paced course that allows students to register at any time. The complementary course is offered by United Methodist Communications, the denomination’s global communication agency.
“Hybrid worship is becoming a norm for many churches” notes Director of Training and Development, Jeremy Brown. “Our goal is to help churches identify effective hybrid techniques and highlight tools and skills needed to make hybrid worship accessible to them.”
- Live-streaming: Learn about the essential components of a live-streamed service including video capture devices, cameras, live-streaming software, and multi-streaming platforms.
- Teleconferencing options: Learn how to use teleconferencing (including Zoom) for providing hybrid services.
- Online engagement tips and techniques: Learn how to lead remote participants to engage in the worship service and equip team members to become effective worship moderators.
About United Methodist Communications
As the communications agency for The United Methodist Church, United Methodist Communications seeks to increase awareness and visibility of the denomination in communities and nations around the globe. United Methodist Communications also offers services, tools, and resources for communications ministry. Discover more about the agency at Resourceumc.org/Communications. Learn how to support this communications ministry work at ResourceUMC.org/GiveUMCom.
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