Glorifying god through service & technology

Our Media Ministry Team is an extremely fast paced team, all about sharing the good news of Jesus in a fresh and modern way! We believe in using our talents and technical know-how to engage our congregation and the wider community through a variety of media platforms. We're passionate about creating an inclusive and welcoming space where everyone can explore their faith and grow in their relationship with God. 

Whether it's through video, social media, or live events, we're committed to spreading the message of Christ in a way that's relevant and relatable to today's culture. We're constantly striving to innovate and improve, and we believe that by doing so, we can make a meaningful impact in the lives of those around us.  

At LifePoint, you will never be alone!  We are not only friends, but we are a family.  

Our Media Ministry Team is dedicated to quality service, and training.  No matter your experience level, we have a place for you on 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

Secondary Title

At LifePoint, our Graphic Operator is critical to our success.  They display visual content during in-person services, events, and our online broadcasts.  Their role typically includes: 

  • Creating slides for sermon points, song lyrics, inserting graphics, videos, and other elements of the service.

The Graphic Operator accomplishes this using our powerful presentation system from Worship Tools.  For those working in our In-Person Service, they report to our Director of Media.  Those working in our Online Service Production report to our Director of Media, and our Video Producer.

Lighting Coordinator

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Our Lighting Coordinator plays an important role in enhancing the worship experience for our congregation by creating a visually engaging and meaningful environment during our services.  They manage and control the lighting equipment used at LifePoint to create the appropriate atmosphere and mood for the service. This can include adjusting the intensity and color of the lights, as well as controlling when and how the lights are turned on and off.

The Lighting Coordinator works at the direction of LifePoint Staff and Video Producers to ensure that the lighting complements the music, readings, and other elements of the service. They also work with others on the Media Ministry Team, such as PTZ Camera Operators, to coordinate the overall technical aspects of the service to ensure that the lighting needs of our online service is met.

PTZ Camera Operator

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The role of a PTZ (pan-tilt-zoom) Camera Operator is to capture high-quality video footage of the service, including the band, speaker, congregation, and any other important elements of the service.  Specific tasks include:

  • Camera Setup: The PTZ Camera Operator is responsible for configuring the camera settings to capture the best possible footage.
  • Camera Operation: During the service, the PTZ Camera Operator must operate the camera(s) to capture the desired shots and angles, such as close-ups of the speaker, wide shots of the congregation, and shots of the musicians.

  • Troubleshooting: In case of any technical difficulties, the PTZ Camera Operator should be able to troubleshoot and resolve any issues quickly to ensure that the service is not interrupted.

Overall, the PTZ Camera Operator plays a crucial role in ensuring that our service service is captured and delivered to the congregation and other viewers in the best possible way.

Service Broadcaster

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The role of our Service Broadcaster at LifePoint is to facilitate the transmission of the service to our streaming service providers to transmit the feed to viewers who are watching from home, on the road, or anywhere in the world.

In addition to the technical aspects of broadcasting the service, our Service Broadcaster may need to coordinate with LifePoint Staff and Producers to ensure that the service runs smoothly and that any necessary adjustments are made in real-time to accommodate technical issues or changes in the service schedule.

Overall, the role of our Service Broadcaster is crucial for ensuring that the message of the service reaches the widest possible audience and that viewers are able to engage with the service in a meaningful way.

Sound Engineer

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Sound is a key element during services and events at LifePoint.  Without sound, we would not be able to hear the instruments, listen to speaker, engage with videos, and other elements.  Our Sound Engineers ensure that the audio components of the service are of high quality and functioning correctly. 

The In-Person Service Sound Engineer is responsible setting up and operating the sound system, which includes microphones, speakers, amplifiers, and other related equipment.

Our In-Person Service Sound Engineer is responsible for adjusting the sound levels and quality as needed to ensure that everyone can hear the sermon, music, and other spoken parts in the service clearly. They also monitor the sound system to ensure that there are no technical issues, such as feedback or distortion.  

Our Online Service Sound Engineer monitors the feeds from instruments, mics, and computers and makes adjustments to the feed into our video production systems.  They are responsible for creating a level sound, without distortion.  While our In-Person Service Sound Engineer works with our physical sound board, our Online Service Sound Engineer works with a software driven sound board.

Video Producer

Secondary Title

Our Video Producer's role is to oversee the technical aspects of broadcasting our services. They are responsible for capturing video and audio footage of the service and ensuring that it is of high quality.  This includes:

  • Overseeing the live stream of the service to ensure that it is running smoothly and without interruptions.
  • Collaborating with members of the LifePoint Church Staff, and members of the Media Ministry Team to ensure that the service is well-planned and executed.
  • Calling camera angles and shots.  Calling for transitions between cameras and service elements.
  • Ensuring that the video and audio equipment are maintained and functioning properly.

Our Video Producers play a critical role in ensuring that our online service is a success and is able to reach the maximum number of viewers. They must have a good understanding of our equipment and be able to troubleshoot issues quickly to ensure that the service runs smoothly.