Director: Cultivating Minister Justin Walker
The A/V Ministry exists to ensure that all graphical and video presentations, as well as sound control functions, are done with professionalism and quality to the glory of God. The A/V team serves the congregation whenever a need for technological equipment is present. The A/V team welcomes those who recognize their own talents and experience in organizing, video recording, microphone and stage setup, soundboard abilities, and digital media. This ministry serves every audience of the church, whether they are seated in the church, or viewing via Internet. In addition to providing audio and visual components to the worship experience, the A/V team reaches its goals of assisting church presentations by set up and tear down of all equipment. By meeting these goals, the A/V Ministry assists in making sure that God’s messages are complemented by technology.
This ministry exists to help ACTS Campus Ministry present the Word of God in an effective, efficient and contemporary manner. We assist our speakers and song leaders as they communicate during services and public assemblies. We provide our preachers and teachers with the A/V equipment they need for their sessions. We also seek to enhance our assembly times with appropriate visual aids. Working with the latest and progressing forms of media, the A/V ministry works closely with our Bishop, pastors, ministers, teachers and music ministry. Our motto, “Don’t just let it happen…help make it happen!” is one way to characterize what this area of ministry is all about.
Provide professional audio/visual production during ACTS Campus Ministry worship meetings, and videos on ACTS Campus Ministry social media.
Provide audio and visual enhancement during worship and teaching services conducted at ACTS Campus Ministry.
Create both audio and video recordings of services and teaching sessions for archival and distribution purposes.
Incorporate all areas of technical media to include social media, Internet, and the like.
“Behold, I will do a new thing; now shall it spring forth; shall ye not know it?” (Isaiah 43:19)