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A framework to help churches identify where digital church fits with respect to their traditional church. An exercise to help question and define the assumptions about where a church is, and where it would like to go.
A simple step-by-step guide of how to host a successful virtual church service
A breakdown of the top five benefits of online giving.
A few reasons why having an online church service is beneficial.
A step-by-step guide to creating a successful online church service
A breakdown of the top five benefits of having an online church service.
May is going to be a big month of releases! Since our exit from beta in April, we are excited to be focusing on some long-requested features. Here's what we're shipping this month...
The interaction that people generally experienced in pre-Covid days was with each other, not with the people up front. That is the interactivity that is sorely missed online.
A summary of streaming solutions, including how broadly they distribute their feed, tools for interaction and engagement, church-specific features, engagement analytics, and cost.
Do you want to know how to engage people online? Angie and Angela are experts!
Altar Live does everything Church Online does, and more. Combines the broadcast reach of church live streaming with personal intimacy of face-to-face videoconferencing.
This post was written by Altar Live friend and advisor Dale Sellers. Dale is the Executive Director of 95Network and the author of Stalled: Hope and Help for Pastors Who Thought They'd Be There By Now. He has been in ministry for 40 years and is dedicated to helping small and mid-size churches get healthy.
Singing in church has been disrupted. A professional church musician is discovering new ways to worship.
Visit the website of any church that has re-opened or is planning to re-open, and you will see lots of changes in place. What you won’t see until you actually come back inside and attend service or Mass are new adaptations — behaviors learned from doing church online for three or four months.