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THE TWO TEAMS THAT RUN YOUR ENTIRE CHURCH MEDIA EFFORT

Updated: Oct 12, 2023


David A. Adeleke, Church Media Reboot. When it comes to effectively running the efforts of a Church Media Team, it's essential to understand and break down the roles of Creatives.

Simplicity has always been a principle in maximising efforts and managing processes. And when it comes to effectively running the efforts and processes of a Church Media Team, (as a Church Media Creative or Team Lead) it's essential to understand and break down the roles of Creatives. This definitely will vary from church to church depending on many factors which include but are not limited to 'HAVES', 'NEEDS' and 'WANTS', but I want to give you a simple way to break down your Church Media Team into two main parts, which essentially does the whole work expected of the team, working together to make sure the church's message and activities reach as many people as possible:


When it comes to effectively running the efforts of a Church Media Team, it's essential to understand and break down the roles of Creatives.

1. Onsite (In-house): This is the part of the team that manages everything related to media right there at the church or at events like crusades. They're the ones responsible for setting the mood and capturing what happens during services. Think of them as the behind-the-scenes heroes. There are different teams within this group, like the folks who take photos, the ones who record videos, and those who handle the sound, control the lighting and manage the live projections. They work together to make sure everything looks and sounds great during the service, creating a special atmosphere for everyone attending.


When it comes to effectively running the efforts of a Church Media Team, it's essential to understand and break down the roles of Creatives.

2. Online (Digital): Now, here's the part that deals with everything digital. They take what happens in the church and make it accessible to people online. Their job begins with live-streaming services so that people who can't be there in person can still be part of the experience. They also manage the church's website, post on social media, and even get involved in radio and TV broadcasts. They're like the bridge that connects the church to the wider world through the internet.


When it comes to effectively running the efforts of a Church Media Team, it's essential to understand and break down the roles of Creatives.

Understanding these two parts of the Church Media Team is crucial not only for managing the team effectively but also for making sure that the church's message reaches everyone, no matter where they are. So, feel free to share this information with your Team Lead or anyone else who might find it helpful. Together, you can use the power of media to spread the word and inspire others. Was that helpful?


My name is David A. Adeleke, a Church Media Consultant and Digital Media and Communication Strategist.


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In the meantime, keep spreading the knowledge of the glory of the Lord till it covers the earth as the water covers the sea.


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