Technology

WFM Staff · April 16, 2018
Although the Bali church building itself is relatively simple in its structure, it quickly engages visitors with help from its immersive and colorful lighting.

By Kent Morris · April 12, 2018
Some see a method of regulating tempo and establishing new musical styles, others envision noise and an infiltration of secular values. Here's a look at approaches and options.

WFM Staff · April 10, 2018
Marking the fourth anniversary of The Belonging, the two-hour event combined worship services with a commemoration of the church’s accomplishments and a reaffirmation of a commitment to achieving new goals.

Alison S. Istnick · April 04, 2018
The Live Production Center facilitates video and audio creation where a limited number of operators are available making one-person operation possible for remote camera shooting to streaming transmission.

WFM Staff · April 03, 2018
Fairhaven Church services brought worshippers from the events leading up to the crucifixion of anguish and pain to the hope and renewal of Easter morning.

By Richard Ventura · April 02, 2018
From announcements to sermons — from concerts to community events, digital signage is giving houses of worship new ways to connect to their congregations.

WFM Staff · March 29, 2018
Optoma has unveiled the industry’s first 1080p ultra short throw projector with built-in edge blending and warping adjustments.

WFM Staff · March 27, 2018
After 14 years of utilizing public school building space as a portable church, Sanctuary Covenant (The Sanctuary) built a permanent worship center in the heart of the community they serve.

Jim Kumorek · March 23, 2018
Four bad raps, and one good, about LEDs that are no longer true of today's LED lighting fixtures.

WFM Staff · March 23, 2018
Although Free Chapel is a multi-site mega-church with weekly attendance approaching 12,000, it's still got the neighborly feel of a much smaller church.