Record Your Church Service from Home

Record Your Church Service from Home

Minimal Gear, Huge Impact

By: Kirk Hadden | Church Planting featured Habits & Culture Video Web Design & Development

Here’s the gear sent their church’s communicators for shelter-in-place

You Can Do This

One of our key takeaways from our discussion with Josh Hinman of was one about “excellence.” For a long time, they chose not to stream their music because they didn’t think they could pull it off with excellence.

But with COVID-19, they realized how little all of that mattered to their church members. Josh said, “All they’re wanting to do is literally just hear you sing and worship Jesus because it’s going to help encourage their hearts. And so remember, your bar is way higher. Theirs is way lower.”

So, going into the next several weeks, newlife has responded to Washington State’s order to “Stay Home, Stay Healthy.” They’ve sent this simple video recording and streaming kit to all of their communicators so each can record their portion of every service from home using their smartphone.

We’re listing Amazon links, but we’re not getting a kickback here. What follows is for reference purposes only.

Here’s the Gear

Light Kit: Neewer Photography Bi-Color Dimmable LED Softbox Lighting Kit (purchase)

Microphone: Rode smartLav+ Omnidirectional Lavalier Microphone (purchase)

Mic Cord Extension: Rode SC1 TRRS Extension Cable for SmartLav+ Microphone (purchase)

Tripod: Selfie Stick and Tripod Fugetek (purchase)

Adapter: 3.5mm to lightning adapter for those using iPhones (purchase)

What did we miss?

What are you using to get your services online this weekend? Send us a message and let us know!