Use Cases and Customer Stories. Examples of how real world churches are deepening engagement among their community.
Kenny Jahng of Church Communications joins Altar Live CEO Stephanie Leathe to explore practical ways to make online church even better than in-person church.
FaithTech, a global tech community for Christ, gathered 70+ people in Altar Live for an evening of thought provoking discussion.
Some people can't make it to church Sunday morning. Instead of watching on-demand in isolation, they join their church's scheduled event on Monday -- a recording of the Sunday service together in the community of their neighbors who also missed it. There are some special after-the-service features too.
How can technology bring intimacy and relationship to an online event such as a memorial service?
If your church were planning a sunrise service, you would tailor the event accordingly. Why would you not do the same for online, which has its own unique opportunities and constraints?
Online Pastors miss the in-person experience of walking around and greeting people they know, newcomers, and those who look in need of a comforting word.
Rob Perry, Online Pastor for Lifepointe Church, shares a vision for digital church beyond Sunday morning services. It became clear quickly that people were consuming, but not necessarily engaging.
"There’s a lot of digital tools on the tool belt. But I gotta tell you, one of my favorite right now is a software called Altar Live."
Elim Church took the bold step to turn off one of its Sunday livestreams to help create critical mass for engagement in Altar Live.
Presbyterian pastors from around the U.S. gathered to get a first look at Altar Live as it went into beta.
You've got an online church conference coming up with more than a couple dozen attendees? Zoom-fatigue setting in? This church wanted something new and exciting. Here's how they did it.
A Sunday livestream with lackluster chat interactions was the 2020 model for engagement. Here are the emerging requirements for meaningful online interactions.
Pastor Aaron Winter of Hearts of Fire International does the teaching -- and trusts the discipling, encouragement and prayer to peer groups.
Text-based chat prayer is still prayer. Is there a deeper, more meaningful way to connect in prayer online?
I missed church this Sunday. Can I still gather with people and worship, or do I have to do that alone now?
Everything in your kitchen or living room comes to church with you when you join a videoconference. That changes a lot of things.
"AltarLive is an easy win for lots of churches who don’t have high technical expertise. So if you’ve had a look at things like OBS, and think ‘oh my goodness this is really hard work and difficult to get your head around,’ there are alternatives out there. This is one of them.”