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Worship Summit Live Brings Together Top Church Leaders for 4 Events a Year!

Worship Summit Live is a day of educational content focused on technical training with the world’s leading experts on worship technology. This year the event features speakers such as Jake Gosselin, the CEO of Church Front, Seth Haberman, the Digital Pastor, and Paul Richards, the Chief Streaming Officer at StreamGeeks. This free to attend event has been put together by Paul Richards, the Author of Helping Your Church Live Stream, a book that is available for free here.

The first Worship Summit happened in early 2020, before COVID-19 shut down in-person worship ceremonies for churches around the world. Since then, Worship Summit Live has been an amazing place for volunteers, pastors, and worship leaders to increase their skills in live streaming and video production. “After reviewing the surveys from our Worship Summit’s attendees, it became immediately clear that our audience wants technical training on a variety of topics regarding live streaming worship services,” says event organizer Paul Richards.

An upcoming Worship Summit features sessions such as “How to make a Better Worship Experience Online,” “Customizing OBS for Worship Streaming,” and “Cinematic vs Television Style Live Streaming.” The Worship Summit event also features a Zoom video conferencing area where attendees can network, voice their opinions and get questions answered from church leaders who are speaking at the event.

The Worship Summit has become so popular that multiple live streaming equipment vendors are using the platform as a space to make new products launches. PTZOptics is a company involved with the event that makes live streaming cameras which are ideal for worship spaces. This year, a new PTZ joystick product announcement is expected to be popular regarding its ability to make live streaming technology easier to operate for church volunteers.

Michael Begeman, The Church of Conscious Harmony, in Austin, Texas says “We’ve discovered during COVID that our community is much larger and more far-flung than we ever knew, so we feel the need to keep everyone included…” Begemen was a speaker at the third Worship Summit where he talked about how his church combines live streaming with Zoom video conference sessions. For many Worship Summit attendees, the event has become a place to collaborate with other churches and learn in an online community setting.

Paul Richards also offers a free online course on Udemy to help assist with training volunteers and church media professionals. You can take the free Worship Course on Udemy and share it with your team. The online course is designed to help your team become more familiar with live streaming technology. The course accompanies the popular “Helping Your Church Live Stream” book available via paperback, kindle, audiobook and free PDF download.

Worship Summit Live is all about the connections your church can make. This event is a celebration of the opportunities made by live streaming. Come for a day of collaboration, and Q&A with the experts speaking on a number of timely topics. This summit is the best way to jump start your church’s communications outreach and audiovisual team goals. You can learn more about Worship Summit Live at https://WorshipSummit.Live

Worship Summit Live 5 Will Bring Together Top Church Leaders Feb. 11

After four engaging educational sessions in 2020, Worship Summit Live will return for a fifth session to guide worship leaders and volunteers on the latest technical training for video production and live streaming services.

On Thurs., Feb. 11 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Worship Summit Live 5 will host church production and technology experts who will demonstrate the best methods to produce live-streamed and recorded worship celebrations for virtual and hybrid congregations.

Attendees can view technical sessions at Worship Summit Live for free, as well as access a separate networking and collaboration meeting via Zoom for only $5. All registered attendees will have a chance to win a HuddleCamHD Pro IP webcam, valued at $549.

During these uncertain times, houses of worship have met the spiritual needs of their congregations in virtual settings. Worship Summit Live has become a popular event for worship leaders, musicians, volunteers, and administrators to gain practical knowledge to produce captivating live productions or video recordings of worship celebrations. The half-day event format will focus intently on technical topics, including a close look at the latest tools for online worship, how worship volunteers can use Open Broadcaster Software, and ways that anyone can provide services with worship music, even non-musicians.

The first Worship Summit was held in early 2020, before COVID-19 shut down in-person worship services for houses of worship around the world. Since then, Worship Summit Live has been a forum for volunteers, pastors, and worship leaders to increase their skills in live streaming and video production.

“After reviewing the surveys from our Worship Summit’s attendees, it became immediately clear that our audience wants technical training on a variety of topics regarding live streaming worship services,” says event organizer Paul Richards.

To keep that focus, the Worship Summit Live event will host some of the top technical minds in this area. This year the event’s main speakers include Jake Gosselin, CEO of Church Front, Seth Haberman, known as the “Digital Pastor,” and Richards, the Chief Streaming Officer at StreamGeeks and author of the free book, “Helping Your Church Live Stream.” Ariel Viera, known as “Urbanist,” will kick off the virtual event with live-streamed church tours from New York City.

Jake Gosselin

The instructional technology learned during Worship Summit Live should continue to guide attendees whether worship gatherings are remote, in-person, or exist in a hybrid format.

Downingtown-based PTZOptics – a manufacturer of robotic pan, tilt, zoom camera solutions for a variety of broadcast and live-streaming applications – is hosting Worship Summit Live 5.

The half-day schedule is available here. The live stream is free, and anyone interested in networking within the collaborative Zoom meeting can purchase a pass here.

PTZOptics is the sister company to HuddleCamHD, manufacturers of professional video conferencing cameras. For more worship streaming tips download a free copy of “Helping Your Church Live Stream.”

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Paul Richards is a father, an author, and a business executive leading his company in the exciting field of video communications. Richards is the author of multiple top-selling books that draw from his hands-on experience in the audio visual technology industry. As the Director of Business Development for HuddleCamHD and PTZOptics, Richards is the host of multiple online shows that feature his work on YouTube, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitch. Richards is the author of “The Virtual Ticket,” “The Online Meeting Survival Guide” and "Helping Your Church Live Stream.” Paul is also the Chief Streaming Officer at StreamGeeks and where he teaches online Udemy courses for over 45,000 students. His courses cover subjects such as live video production, online communications and social media connectivity. On Monday’s you can find Paul hosting live streaming focused topics on the StreamGeeks Channel. On Wednesday’s you can find Paul on the PTZOptics channels talking about all things video production, cameras, and communications.