Church Live Streaming

How to Make Sure Your Church Isn’t Wasting Money on Live Streaming

How to Make Sure Your Church Isn’t Wasting Money on Live Streaming

Hide and seek is a fun game when you’re playing with your kids, but not when it comes to church live streaming services. Because when it comes to most live streaming providers, there are often hidden costs that you have to search for.

If you aren’t careful, you can end up wasting your congregation’s time and money. As a pastor or ministry leader who wants to be a good steward of the resources you’ve been trusted with, it pays to be aware of some things the “too good to be true” providers may be up to.

How to Choose the Best Live Streaming Partner for Your Church

How to Choose the Best Live Streaming Partner for Your Church

Thanks to social distancing and all the various precautions we’re taking to keep everyone safe during this pandemic, live streaming your church services has become a necessity to stay connected with your congregation. Even though most churches can make a way for people to attend in person in limited numbers, there are still plenty of people looking for ways to worship virtually.

You might have been using Facebook Live or YouTube Live over the past few months…and that’s gotten you through to this point.

But you might have also discovered some of the downsides of using Facebook and YouTube for your church’s live streaming.

Are Facebook and YouTube Live the best streaming choices for your church?

Are Facebook and YouTube Live the best streaming choices for your church?

Ever since COVID-19 appeared at the beginning of 2020, churches have had to completely rethink how they handle one of their most basic functions…gathering as a community to worship.

According to the Pew Research Center, over half of regular church attendees say they go a lot less than they used to, but when they do, it’s online. In fact, 82% of churchgoers have seen their services move to an online platform.