Live Stream Your Worship Service
Live streaming had created new options for getting church services out to those who need them and cannot attend a service in person. When the COVID-19 pandemic first hit our populations there was a sudden need for churches, synagogues, and other houses of worship everywhere to rethink their Sunday services. With these institutions forced to close many turned to live streaming services. However, lives streaming a sermon or Sunday service can be a daunting challenge, especially for small-to-medium-sized churches that lack the budget and team to execute such a production. The EZ Streamer with a simple pan-tilt-zoom camera is a simple inexpensive solution for your existing followers and notifying them that your church is “going live.”
Low Cost Solution
Live streaming had created new options for getting church services out to those who need them and cannot attend a service in person. However, many smaller congregations do not have the funds necessary to use most live streaming services today.
The EZ Streamer solves this issue. Simply install a low cost, but high quality IP Camera or security camera in your facility. Next, connect your EZ Streamer to your church network. Within 5 minutes you can be live streaming.
Keep Members Connected
Live stream to multiple destinations, including your church website, Youtube, Facebook Live, and other RTPM streaming services. Live streaming using these service can be interactive for viewers. Using Facebook Live gives members the opportunity to comment, ask questions and play a more active role.
Homebound members, whether they are unwell or physically challenged, can watch church services live from the comfort of their home. Live streaming allows a larger number of people to be able to connect with your church services.
Viewers joining late can rewind to catch up on any content they may have missed. Having the option of tuning in to the live stream rather than missing out completely leads to greater engagement for church members.
Members of the church who are travelling or who move away can tune into broadcasts and experience being part of the church community. This is valuable for military members who are away from home for long periods of time.
Live streaming also opens channel for collections. Online transactions have become the preferred method for making and receiving payments. Churches can now offer online subscriptions for live streamed content or offer the content for free with a request encouraging the viewer to make a donation or contribute to the collection. It’s easier for viewers to give when they are already on the church website.