A collection of Videos from Altar Live
We get creative with our online church for Christmas, Easter and other holidays but how about those other 360ish days of the year? How can we serve our online communities year-round? Creating space for community building is what Altar Live does best, so why not gather your people together for something that’s a little bit outside the ministry box?
If you’re launching any kind of community, in-person or online, building a strong, reliable, and well-equipped team is absolutely essential. It may sound cheesy, but teamwork makes the dream work! Read to learn more about David Allen's team-building methods.
With Altar Live, you won’t have to deal with the struggle of Zoom breakout rooms. With a church platform like Altar Live, anyone can easily create an engaging online church service that has the ability to bring people together regardless of location.
Church livestream setup doesn’t have to be complicated. In fact, it can be an incredibly easy process if you use Altar Live.
Church event planning is easier than ever when you use Altar Live. Altar Live is bringing much needed engagement back to church
The church hospitality team on Altar Live are called Hosts and Greeters and they are the life source of any event or meeting. Hosts and Greeters create a welcoming experience for first time visitors and regular attendees. They also help with general event management by utilizing the chat, answering questions, and so much more.
A Masterclass online is an expert-led class held virtually to ensure accessibility and wide-spread reach.
This week we’re introducing a few big updates to our iOS and Android apps, which are currently in beta. (Want access? Send us a message and we'll send instructions.) We’re also making it easier to connect pre-recorded video to ensure synchronization.
Hybrid church is the new way to host your Sunday Services. Carl Barhill, creative director of twelve:thirthy media, talks the future of the hybrid church with Altar Live CEO.
"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.”