Glorifying god through service & technology

Our Media Ministry Team operates with a dynamic and fast-paced approach, focused on delivering the gospel of Jesus in a contemporary and innovative fashion. We are dedicated to utilizing our talents and technical expertise to actively engage both our congregation and the broader community across diverse media platforms. Our enthusiasm lies in establishing an inclusive and hospitable environment where individuals of all backgrounds can explore their faith and cultivate a deeper connection with God.

Whether it's through the medium of video, social media, or live events, our unwavering commitment is to communicate the message of Christ in a manner that remains pertinent and relatable within the context of today's culture. We consistently strive for innovation and improvement, firmly believing that such endeavors allow us to have a significant impact on the lives of those in our sphere.

At LifePoint, you will never walk alone; we are not just friends but a close-knit family. Our Media Ministry Team is wholeheartedly dedicated to providing high-quality service and comprehensive training. Regardless of your level of experience, there is a place for you within our team.

Are you ready to serve?  Reach out to Keith Radogna

our Director of Media, to serve in the role that interests you the most.

Graphic Operator

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At LifePoint, our Graphic Operator plays an indispensable role in ensuring our success. They are responsible for projecting visual content during in-person services, events, and online broadcasts. Their typical duties involve:

  • Crafting slides for sermon points, song lyrics, and integrating graphics, videos, and other components of the service.

The Graphic Operator effectively executes these tasks by utilizing our robust presentation system provided by Worship Tools. Depending on their role, those working in our In-Person Service report to our Director of Media, while those contributing to our Online Service Production coordinates with our Director of Media and Video Producer.

Lighting Coordinator

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Our Lighting Coordinator assumes a pivotal role in elevating the worship experience for our congregation by fashioning a visually captivating and emotionally resonant atmosphere throughout our services. They are responsible for overseeing and managing the lighting equipment employed at LifePoint, ensuring it sets the appropriate tone and ambiance for each service. This encompasses fine-tuning the intensity and color of the lights and dictating the timing and manner in which the lights are activated and deactivated.

The Lighting Coordinator collaborates under the guidance of LifePoint Staff and Video Producers to guarantee that the lighting harmonizes with the musical performances, readings, and other service components. Moreover, they collaborate with other members of the Media Ministry Team, including PTZ Camera Operators, to synchronize the overall technical aspects of the service, ensuring that the lighting requirements for our online service are met.

PTZ Camera Operator

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The PTZ (pan-tilt-zoom) Camera Operator's primary duty is to record top-tier video content of the service, encompassing the band, speaker, congregation, and any other vital aspects of the event. This includes the following specific responsibilities:

Camera Setup: The PTZ Camera Operator is accountable for configuring the camera settings to achieve the highest quality footage.

Camera Operation: Throughout the service, the PTZ Camera Operator must manage the camera(s) to capture the intended shots and angles. This entails capturing close-ups of the speaker, wide views of the congregation, and shots of the musicians.

Troubleshooting: In the event of any technical challenges, the PTZ Camera Operator should be proficient in swiftly diagnosing and resolving issues to guarantee an uninterrupted service.

In essence, the PTZ Camera Operator assumes a pivotal role in ensuring that our service is recorded and transmitted to the congregation and other viewers in the most exceptional manner possible.

Service Broadcaster

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The key responsibility of our Service Broadcaster at LifePoint is to facilitate the transmission of our service to streaming service providers, making it accessible to viewers tuning in from their homes, on the move, or anywhere around the globe.

In addition to overseeing the technical aspects of broadcasting, our Service Broadcaster may be required to collaborate with LifePoint Staff and Producers to ensure the seamless execution of the service. This may involve making real-time adjustments to address technical challenges or adapt to modifications in the service schedule.

All in all, the role of our Service Broadcaster holds significant importance in ensuring that the message of the service is delivered to the broadest possible audience, enabling viewers to engage with the service in a meaningful and impactful manner.

Sound Engineer

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Sound is an essential element woven into the fabric of LifePoint's services and events. It is through sound that we experience the melodies of instruments, hear the voices of speakers, and engage with various multimedia elements. Our Sound Engineers take on the critical role of ensuring that the audio components of our services maintain a high standard and operate flawlessly.

The In-Person Service Sound Engineer is tasked with configuring and operating the sound system, which includes microphones, speakers, amplifiers, and other related equipment. Their responsibilities extend to fine-tuning sound levels and quality to guarantee that every aspect of the service, including sermons, music, and spoken content, is clearly audible. They also diligently monitor the sound system to promptly identify and resolve technical issues like feedback or distortion.

On the other hand, our Online Service Sound Engineer focuses on monitoring instrument, microphone, and computer feeds, making necessary adjustments to optimize the audio feed into our video production systems. Their role is to maintain consistent and distortion-free audio. While our In-Person Service Sound Engineer interfaces with a physical soundboard, our Online Service Sound Engineer operates with a software-driven soundboard.

Video Producer

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The primary responsibility of our Video Producer at LifePoint is to take charge of the technical aspects associated with broadcasting our services. This encompasses capturing both video and audio content of the service, ensuring that it maintains a high standard. Their duties encompass:

  • Supervising the live stream of the service to minimize uninterrupted and smooth transmission.
  • Collaborating with members of the LifePoint Church Staff and the Media Ministry Team to ensure meticulous planning and execution of the service.
  • Directing camera angles and shots, as well as orchestrating transitions between cameras and various service elements.
  • Maintaining and confirming the proper functioning of both video and audio equipment.

Our Video Producers perform a pivotal role in securing the success of our online service and reaching the widest possible viewership. They necessitate a comprehensive understanding of our equipment and the ability to swiftly troubleshoot any issues to ensure the seamless operation of the service.