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From All Points #13: Worship & Tech

From All Points #13: Worship & Tech

We look at the state of technology use in our churches and discuss how it might enhance worship as well as why it so often seems to feel disconnected from it.

 

 

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Tom Downs

One real value to screens in church. Our modern worship space had large white walls on either side of the reredos as part of its design. We mounted projectors on the ceiling. We began by projecting the words of the hymns. Most worshippers like the letters projected in a large readable font. Without faces buried in a book, the singing was better. Special liturgies were also projected, rather than asking people to flip back and forth in the BCP. If there was a theme for the Sunday, we found a picture that fit to use when nothing else was projected.

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