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Number of Pages: 176
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2009
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Pastors and church leaders in many congregations have attempted to form teams for the purpose of planning, or designing, worship. Getting a group of people together in one room is fairly easy. But whether large or small church, staff or volunteer, most discover that it is difficult to form a team that actually works.
Using the metaphor of early flight, this resource analyzes how to be a part of a worship design team that works. Major sections include discovering a strategic approach to worship, tips for team composition, a look at how to overcome a series of obstacles that frequently keep teams from finding success together, and some of the usual mechanical difficulties that keep teams grounded.
Jason Moore runs Midnight Oil Productions and is formerly a co-founder of Lumicon Digital Productions in Dallas, Texas. He has previously worked as a graphic and animation artist at the Ginghamsburg United Methodist Church in Ohio.
Len Wilson and Jason Moore have co-authored several books, including Design Matters: Creating Powerful Imagery for Worship (Abingdon Press, 2006), Digital Storytellers: The Art of Communicating the Gospel in Worship (Abingdon, 2002) and The Wired Church: Making Media Ministry (Abingdon, 1999). They have been featured in several articles for publications including Clergy Journal, The Ooze, Homiletics, Next Wave, Rev., Technologies for Worship, Wired, Worship Matters, Your Church, Church and Worship Technology, and various newspapers around North America. Their digital productions from Ginghamsburg and Lumicon have received several Telly Awards for excellence in video production.