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Greystone Campus (Church of the Highlands)
The 34-acre Church of the Highlands Greystone Campus includes a 46,000-square-foot renovated office building with new 780-seat auditorium. project contractor JOHNSONKREIS Construction took on the challenging job, maintaining a tightly monitored budget within an accelerated schedule.
Develop a Powerful Church Web Strategy
How do you identify and execute a web strategy that is appropriate for your church? Learn how to rally your organization and web engagement around a clear vision. Gain insights on building an online strategy for your ministry that you can execute and experience positive results to impact your ministry. Experience the process some of the largest churches and fastest growing churches in the US have gone through. This session will help you be able to: Thursday, November 10, 2011 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Master Planning for Multi-Site Ministry
How does one take the typical drivers for master planning: vision, time, attendance and cost, and translate those to a multi-site ministry strategy? How does a church maintain its “brand” over multiple locations? How does it fund expansion on multiple campuses simultaneously? How does a multi-site church learn to leverage buildings instead of letting building issues overwhelm its mission? Whether a church is just dreaming of or knee-deep in multi-site ministry, this session will be a lively discussion and exploration into real life examples. Wednesday, November 09, 2011 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Sometimes, Seeing is Believing
With vision casting, the operative word is “vision.” If the congregation and community can’t see it, if only in their minds, you’ve missed the cast.
Fundraising Success, Alive and Well
The underwriting hurdles may be a bit higher, but the loans are out there for churches seeking to fund building projects. And for church officials, that puts the spotlight on raising the funds in a campaign that successfully encourages parishioners to participate in supporting capital project efforts.
The Pastors Guide to Audio, Video & Lighting
In any endeavor, sometimes it is more educational to consider what one shouldn’t do than it is to focus solely on the right thing to do. In this article, we’ll take a look at the common mistakes churches make in the audio, video and lighting (a/v/l) arena—while also considering what steps can be taken to avoid these pitfalls.