Your church and CAVS: it’s the stream team

Dave HallByDave Hall

Your church and CAVS: it’s the stream team

More people viewed your online church service in lockdown than would normally attend in person – so what do you do in the future?

Creative Audio-Visual Solutions (CAVS) experts are willing to offer church leaders some helpful advice.

According to a poll by Savanta ComRes for Tearfund in April 2020, one in four of the UK population claim to have visited an online service during the COVID-19 pandemic. Service streaming allows those attending the service to enjoy being back in church but also gives others still wary of stepping over the threshold of a church building, or are housebound, a chance to hear the worship and message.

‘Streaming is a vital way for churches to keep communicating to their congregations and wider world,’ said Rob Alvis, a director of CAVS. ‘A simple-to-use, reliable and high-quality online streaming system will allow your church to be ever present when fellowship is more important than ever.’

CAVS can design the ideal system for your church, from a single fixed camera to a multi-camera broadcasting set-up. 

‘A camera system can also provide the added benefit, when linked to your installed projector or display system, of showing activities for those with limited view on the “big screen” – such as baptisms and children’s activities,’ said Rob.

Consultations are possible online or on site where social distancing can be maintained.

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