We made it!
Nice work. I hope you had fun. And most importantly, I hope you took time to celebrate the real Reason for this inspiring holiday.
Now that we’re on the other side of the special event season, we need to do a proper de-brief and reflect on how things went so that we can continue serving with passion and excellence the rest of the year.
What went right?
- Did everyone gel together as a team? (This should consider all teams on and off the platform, not just the tech team.)
- Did your gear perform as expected?
- Was everyone confident and prepared?
Did anything go wrong?
- Are there things you can improve on for the next service or event?
- Did any gear break down or get damaged?
- Was there chaos, missed cues, or frenetic activity to cover a forgotten detail?
Your answers to these questions should help you prepare not only for the next special event, but also for your everyday church tech needs.
Never underestimate the value of a unified team.
Remember that preparation is a critical component to a successful tech deployment.
And continue to invest in what it takes to deliver an exceptional worship experience for your congregation.
This might be as simple as taking part in worship team meetings or activities so that everyone has a real, genuine connection with each other and their team vision.
Or maybe your church’s expectations are growing and you need to save up for some new gear to help take your technical capabilities to the next level.
And maybe you need to invest in your volunteer tech support staff by providing them some training and technical support so that each of you is prepared and confident to tackle your next audio challenge.
Whatever your take-away is after this Easter celebration, make sure your sigh of relief does not become a sigh of complacency. Onward and upward!
You’re part of the church tech community. And that means you’re an important part of the worship team. Remember your responsibilities. Serve with humility. Act with grace. And respond with love.
You got this!