Technologies For Worship

By Lauren Campbell · November 12, 2017
Church vandalism and theft is more common than one may think. By protecting the inside and outside of your church, you are putting yourself, as well as your congregation, at ease. Here are 6 security cameras you should know about.

By Brad Duryea · December 30, 2016
One of church productions bigger challenges is finding the right mix in the venue live, but then a much different one for streaming.

Rachel Dawn Hayes · July 05, 2016
For 11 years, the Worship Facilities Expo has gathered a dynamic and diverse collection of more than 200 vendors, making it the largest dedicated church expo in the nation.

Jeremy Mika · August 13, 2015
A sneak peak right here at what readers can expect from Mega-Lite in the coming year.

By Lauren Campbell · June 08, 2015
Willow Creek Church, located in South Barrington, IL, is home to 20,000 people. For over 35 years, it has served its community before needing an audio networking upgrade. The upgrade includes a Dante backbone and helps enhance the worship experience for its services.

WFM Staff · June 02, 2015
Sony is adding two new models to its line of projectors that combine 4K imaging with a laser light source.

WFM Staff · June 01, 2015
Combining distinctive curved enclosures with unique Coaxial Differential Dispersion technology, the CDD series from Martin Audio is designed to deliver class-leading performance, fidelity and coverage consistency to venues that demand the ultimate in cutting-edge technology and style.

WFM Staff · May 26, 2015
When you’re a busy sound engineer who specializes in everything from weddings and concerts to nightclubs, versatility needs to be part of your repertoire. But since every event will have its own unique requirements, and every venue its own set of challenges, it might seem that a seasoned professional would need to buy a lot of equipment to be ready for every possible scenario. Not according to Nick Conti. The sound engineer and owner of Tonetronix in Hubbard, OH says he’s found a way to be ready for just about any sound challenge with one strategic piece of equipment – the FBT MUSE 210LA line array. Conti says he’s streamlined his equipment, and is now planning on using the array as his ‘go to’ solution for all of his upcoming projects because of its proven versatility, clarity and power.

By Lauren Campbell · May 26, 2015
Despite the new chapel being small, it still needed to deliver big sound for the 550 attendees each week.

By CSD Group · May 12, 2015
Stage design is a hot topic at churches across the nation, but it seems that it is shrouded in mystery. Everyone wants a large image but to get a straight answer about it is sometimes difficult.